Corpsey is a My Little Pony Zombie (part of the Halloween collection). Corpsey has been carefully sculptured and hand painted to give her some gory details. Corpsey being a unicorn is immortal; however she wished she had read the small print as she is now doomed to live for eternity as a zombie.
Corpsey was painted to give her the appearance of rotting skin, this theme was carried through to her hair which I have custom dyed in the same 'moldy' shades. Corpsey has been given a partially exposed skull with zombie fangs, bloodshot Zombie eyes, a collection of cuts, exposed ribs on one side, and exposed muscle and bone on the opposite side. I have tried to make Corpsey look 'starved' with her ribs showing through on her non-display side. Corpsey has been given a hand painted image of a pumpkin as she is part of the Halloween series. Finally Corpsey has a skin graft on her non-display side.... I say skin graft but the truth is she just tore a patch of skin off Wysteria! (do not worry, no Wysterias where hurt during the making of Corpsey).
I couldn't resist this pony. After doing Corpsey all that time ago I planned this pony, who couldn't. Hasbro created a pony they call Parasol with umbrella's as the emblem, and Resident Evil created a Zombie related corporation called the Umbrella corporation. It lends itself so perfectly to being remixed together. Presenting my Umbrella Pony. She has Parasols skin and hair colourings and umbrella emblem, however the umbrellas have been given Umbrella corporation colours. The pony has also been given Zombie features such as an exposed cheek bone, gauged out eye and exposed back leg.
Re-rooted by hand with high quality nylon hair Original eyes and symbol completely removed Carefully painted custom symbol and eyes using only artist's quality acrylic paints Swarovski crystals adorn the symbol Microfine glitter embellishes the paint work
Design significance - The mystic rose represents life. The skull represents the skeleton which rides death and the broken hourglass was added to symbolise life force slipping away. The base body colour of white was selected as this is the colour of the horse ridden by the skeleton. To add to the theme of Death, I selected one of my more 'bait' off white ponies for a more decayed skeletal look.
This little girl was a commission for the lovely Lilacamy on the mlparena Amy wanted a Kimono pony in similar colours to my Kimono Hanako. her dress is made from apoxie sculpt. I have given her a light blue to dark shading to her dress and painted darker pink blossoms across the sides with added butterflies. I didn't add them to her face as I liked how pure she looked and thought her eyes stood out without too much clutter Her hair was re-rooted in blue and pink nylon and her mane was placed up into a bun with oriental style head sticks and beads. I have added paper flowers around her hair and crystals across her body. her eyes were re-painted in shades of blue and varnished. Hope you all like her
Sakura is another pony made for my new Oriental Collection.
She has spray painted dark green legs in sparkly flash paint, they shimmer in different light, I have painted dark green swirls around the top of each leg to make them look elegant.
Her amazing Nylon hair is a blend of ginger and blonde twisted together and then lightly curled with a low setting curling tong, the mane has been half twisted up into a bun with a ribbon accent and she adorns a gold crown with crystal flowers in shades of pink and gold, she also wears a pretty oriental headdress in bright gold and pink crystals.
Her eyes have been re-painted in shades of green with light marks to make them look softer, they have been varnished for protection and each eye has little green dots spotted around it.
This was a pony I was making for Halloween but did not finish. Used a book with drawings of animal skeletons as a reference but simplified a lot. The design is on both sides. I will hopefully put the finishing touches on her before next Halloween. Was going to re-root her with black hair but decided against it. Bait was a blue 3G pony with pink hair, I think she had a cloud symbol.
baby_gusty submitted this girl's design to me and asked me to make it to her specifications. I had a rough time with it, but the payoff was worth it! It took me a very long time to finish this one, because I was constantly re-sculpting things to get them to look right! Despite my frustration with the sculpting at first, I'm VERY proud of how this came out, it was certainly a challenge!
She was made from a Wysteria base, her shell and leg scales were sculpted with Apoxie sculpt, and her hair and snout were done with Super Sculpey. She was painted with a mixture of Golden Artist acrylics, and Delta Ceramcoat craft acrylics. All gradients were painted by hand with a brush Smile
I have no idea how many hours this took me. so don't ask. LOL
Tortoise design and pony belong to baby_gusty on the MLPArena Artwork and photograph are by ImmortalPanda
This is a custom Pony, not a Hasbro Design. I am NOT a designer for Hasbro. This is fanart, plz don't sue me!
Wings of the Nile is an Egyptian-inspired work created for the MLPFair Disaster Relief Fund project. She will be photographed for a coffee table book, and she herself will be auctioned off later in the year.
4 days of 8-10 hours of work, 5.5m of minky and a couple wounds later Pinkie is now complete. She stands at about 55" (4.5ft) from her hooves to the hightest part of her mane and weighs a whooping 15lbs. As pictured, she can stand unaided thanks to some cushioning foam inside of her(to learn how I did it check this journal: fav.me/d5y04oz ). Her eyes and cutie mark are satin stitched instead of machine embroidered because they were too big for my embroidery machine. The lines and details in her mane were also satin stitched.
She can't support a person's weight. That would have required her to have a solid frame inside of her, making her dramatically less cuddly
No, she's not a giant 'puppet'. I don't make those kinds of plush.
GIANT PLUSH FAQ ANSWERS -This particular Pinkie is not for sale. -I am willing to make giant plushies, but note that they start at $1000 and the price depends on the complexity. Yes it's a lot, but you're looking at a massive handmade plush not a manufactured product. -Shipping is also not included, and $250-$300 should be expected for shipping only. Giant plushies are shipped in giant boxes through UPS. -No I do not give away/sell/share my patterns, sorry.
Lyra got hands! ... This is my eighth pony graffiti, this time, painted in Gaiman, Chubut. Argentina. Take a look on my Facebook page [link] to see more pictures from the start to the end, Also you can watch the video here [link]! Hope you like it!
Lyra tiene manos! ... Este es mi octavo graffiti, esta vez, pintado en Gaiman, Chubut. Argentina. Pasa por mi pagina en Facebook [link] para ver mas fotos desde el principio hasta el final, tambien puedes ver el video aqui [link]! Espero que les guste!
This is a custom My Little Pony named Enchantment. She is made from a G3 My Little Pony. I rerooted her mane and tail with nylon hair in white and pink, which was then styled in lots of spiral curls. Her corset, boots and arm warmers were all sculpted from Apoxie Clay, painted with acrylics and sealed. The hat was hand sewn from black flannel and some greenish blue fabric. I added some blue-green Swarovski crystals to the tip of the hat. The cat, broom and wand were all sculpted from Apoxie Clay and Super Sculpey, painted in acrylics and sealed. The wand has a Swarovski crystal incoperated into the handle and a Swarovski flat-backed crystal on the tip of the handle as well.
This pony is for sale, and will probably be put on eBay next week unless I get a good private offer on her. Keep an eye on my journal for an auction update if you are interested in her (or feel free to contact me with an offer in the mean time).
The ferrets were sculpted with Aves Fixit-Sculpt on wire armatures that were attached through holes drilled into the pony's body. They were painted with acrylics, and the two on the front of the pony were modled after my customer's own ferrets. The pony was re-rooted with Dollyhair.com's White Chocolate, Gingerbread, Amaretto and Hazelnut, and the eyes were painted hazel with acrylic and sealed with many many clear gloss coats for a glassy look. The ferret paw prints were also painted with acrylic and sealed with a matte varnish.
A WIP shot of the Dragonborn Fluttershy at near-completion, before I attached her axe. You can see the weapon more clearly than the pics where it's glued to her body. I think the lighting makes some of the details on her gear stand out better as well. I'm proud of her leather bracers.
The Dovah runes on the axe handle read "R M T" for "Raan Mir Tah", the Animal Allegiance shout. Or they're supposed to.
Corpsey Puff is the first in my My Little Demon series. I loved My Little Ponies when I was a kid and I still collect them (the new ones) to this day. I basically just created these to combine my love for Ponies and my twisted imagination =0).
8.5" x 11"
Prismacolor Markers & Colored Pencils on Arches HP watercolor paper
Please Note: I am not affiliated with Hasbro. My Little Demon are an artistic parody.
Sparkle Plague, so far, has been my most popular Demon. Someone at Origins (convention in Columbus, OH) said that Sparkle Plague is what you see when people are wandering around all glittery and stuff. "AHHHHH....she's got the Sparkle Plaaaaaague...NONO!"
8.5" x 11"
Prismacolor Markers & Colored Pencils on Arches HP watercolor paper
Again, I'm not in any way affiliated with Hasbro. These are just an artistic parody of My Little Ponies.