I love the star wars movies and love Yoda as well.
Thought he would make the most awesome pony custom and I was right.
He came out better than I expected though. At first I wasn't sure how well Yoda would transfer into a pony but I always love challenges and he was so much fun to make.
He also won 3rd place at the custom contest for the Cincy Ohio Pony Meet.
Since I recently re-watched all the Lord of the Rings movies and special features, I was in the mood to make lots of LOTR themed customs. The original pony was dyed a deep orange, and then the raised bits were sculpted with apoxie clay. She will be for sale at the 2008 Providence MLP Fair.
This was a custom commision for an ebayer who saw my work, she was so much fun to create. i think the picture from which she is taken is on here, if you type my little emo pony in to the serch bar she is the first that appers. hope you all like her.
I WAS UNAWARE THAT THE ARTWORK WAS NOT THE PROPERTY OF THE PERSON WHO COMMISIONED THIS PONY.
THE ARTIST IS Suiren-K
AND I AM SORRY IF I HAVE CAUSED ANY AGRO.
BUT I AM NOT AN ART THIEF, JUST A VICTIM OF A DECEPTION.
My Little Pony Day of the Dead Mimic. I wanted to create a version of Mimic inspired by sugar skulls and Day of the Dead and this is the result. I chose to give her a parrot skull and roses emblem to keep it in context with the theme. The original color scheme is true to Hasbro's G1 Mimic.
This is a custom My Little Pony named Jukebox Julie. I started her back in 2007, but after rerooting her and sculpting and painting her little socks and saddle shoes I decided that I was really unhappy with her neck seam as it was wider than I'd like. Well, I dug her out of the bottom of the bait box recently, hair all tangled up and looking kind of sad and decided to finish her up anyway. It's not her fault she has a bad neck seam after all.
She was created from a G3 my little pony that I don't recall the name of. I rerooted her mane and tail with Katsilk saran hair in hot pink and teal stripes. The socks, saddle shoes, corset and poodle skirt are sculpted from Apoxie Clay, painted with acrylics and sealed. I also repaint her eyes as well. She is for sale on ebay under the name Messiah6 and will end August 2nd, 2009.
This pony was actually stolen after winning 1st place in the 2005 My Little Pony convention's custom contest. I never saw it, my ribbons, or prize after the convention. About a month ago I did receive replacement ribbons, a plaque and a lovely replacement prize from the convention coordinators and I thank them again Now on to the pony. She was made in the style of the G1 Merry Go Round My Little Ponies, in that she has a carousel saddle and little sculpted bits on either side of her neck. This one was done a while back so I hadn't gotten into the habit of repainting eyes yet, but they matched so it wasn't a problem. The pony was a G3 Moondancer that I rerooted with Katsilk hair in Noir and Sapphire Blue. The saddle, sculpted out of Apoxie Sculpt, has a scene of outer space depicted on it, with saturn and a few of it's moons on the display side and Earth with the moon on the other. Shooting stars frame the entire saddle and the neck pieces.
My friend Dusty Gusty (aka sarixthelost) recently hosted the 2006 Texas Pony Meet and in appreciation of her efforts and also just as a gift to a wonderful friend I made her this custom. Dusty Gusty is a rendition of her persona pony (the G1 unicorn Gusty) with a decidedly dark theme The pony was made from a Sunny Daze I rehaired with Katsilk hair in Evergreen, Lyme, Hot Pink and Caddy Red. The horn was made from Apoxie Clay, painted white, and sealed. The outfit, consisting of a corseted top, Tripp style pants, combat boots and a rainbow knitted armband were all made from Apoxie Clay, painted and sealed. Since the rump was covered I painted a small version of the pony's symbol (a maple leaf) on the front display side hoof.