See the tumblr post here [link] for more pics of this pony. Please try to reblog my tumblr post rather than make your own. Thank you
Everyone’s favorite bratty filly! I gotta say, I grew a little fonder of the little terror this season, especially the CEO side of her we saw in Ponyville Confidential. She’s be a fine J. Jonah Jameson someday.
She was more difficult than I had expected with that tiara. Major props to the people who can work wire as well as they do. This last iteration came out well though. Made from a dehorned Sweetie Belle, painted with Apple Barrell acrylics and rehaired with Amethyst and Virgin Snow Dollyhair. Hair styled with good ol’ straws and boiling water.
Obviously a Pony Gaga can go many different ways. The requester for this one decided on her "Let's Make a Sandwich" costume from the Telephone music video. Another one that I'm really proud of. Like Kamina and Simon's capes, Gaga's transparent dress was made out of her packaging, which was cut out as a pattern and molded into shape by boiling the plastic. She was rehaired with Goldilocks dollyhair, which was curled around straws and colored at the tips with yellow Copic for a gradient effect. Her telephone hat is Sculpey and painted with an iridescent medium so it's quite striking.
Befitting her role in the music video, Pony Gaga's cutie mark is a sandwich. Don't forget the Miracle Whip and the poison.
Custom G3 My Little Pony that I made several years ago as a private commission. Hair was rerooted with Saran, clothing is all hand sculpted with Apoxie Clay, painted and sealed. This was also my very first corset pony and one of my earliest eye repaints.
Watermelon themed G3 my little pony custom I made years ago. Hair rerooted with Saran in a gradient following the color pattern of a watermelon (including black for seeds). Symbol handsculpted and painted.
This pony was made for Tyninca as a trade. She had a toy I really really wanted and said that she'd trade it for a simple custom. She sent a list of her favorite colors, animals and hobbies and this is what I came up with. I had a little free time yesterday so got her knocked out in only a few hours :biggrin: The body is from a Strawberry Sunset that I rehaired with Restoredoll hair in Ruby Tuesday and Noir. The symbol is of a bat and lots of little black stars (yeah, I've been on a star kick lately, figured it's great practice as they are a huge pain to paint). They symbols and eyes were painted in acrylics and sealed. Doesn't have a name yet, any suggestions?
Being that I live in South East Texas I'm totally obsessed with the idea of winter and snow. I've never seen REAL snow in my life that I'm able to remember (though I have seen a video of me playing in snow that's about 1" deep back when I was like 4...I don't remember it though, lol). One of these days I'm going to fly my butt up to Colorado or somewhere snowy during the winter and see some REAL snow! Anyway, because of this I adore art with snowy landscapes and wintry scenes. This little pony was made from a G3 My Little Pony named Toola Roola that I rerooted with Katsilk hair in Platinum White and Sky Blue. This is an older pony of mine so the eyes were not repainted. I painted a couple of snowflakes on the front display hoof (that I don't care for now that I look at the pony after so long) and I sculpted a snowy river/mountain scene on the rear. It was then painted in acrylics and sealed. If I was able to redo this pony I think I'd leave off the foot symbol and repaint the eyes an icey blue color. Other than that I'm quite pleased with the result.
This pegasus was made from a G3 Sew-and-So pony rehaired with Katsilk hair in Orange Blossom, CM Yellow, Platinum White, and Caddy Red. Wings were made from Apoxie Clay over wire. Eyes and wings were painted with acrylic and sealed. Removable tiara made from Swarovski crystals and beading wire.
New little MLP Ponyville customs from me! This time with Kuroshitsuji theme~
These three were for sale at Desucon but only Sebastian get sold. So Ciel and Grell are for sale (note me if you're interested, I'll get better info about them later). Ponies are Hasbro made but I sculpted their manes and painted them.
I have made 2 versions of this pony, many more pics of all angles of the pony can be seen on my website under "other customs" here: [link] That being said, this pony was made from a G3 My Little Pony named Sunny Daze that I rerooted with Katsilk hair in CM Midnight. The eyes were repainted, one ice blue and one brown, with the black "stitched" eyebrows and messy red eyeliner in acrylics and sealed. The tattoos were painted in acrylics and sealed also. The "leather" pants and boots were sculpted from Apoxie Sculpt, painted and sealed. There is a lot of detail in them that this pic doesn't show, such as the tread on the bottoms of the boots.
Inspired by I really like how the artist made the femine versions of the horror icons, including Friday the 13th. So, here's Janice Voorhees. The only difference I put in this is that I made her wear shorts and boots, so she will like sexy and dangerous as hell. XD I don't know. I love how this turns out. I did the Michael Myers one as well, so that one will be up soon.
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.
I think the reason I found this so ungodly fun is because when I was a kid--lo these many moons ago--I loved my My Little Ponies, and used them to act out stories...but probably not the kind that the manufacturers would expect. The minds of children, as Stephen King once wrote, are like deep wells of clear water. And this is true enough, but there are monsters in those wells, and some of 'em have a bunch of eyes and really big teeth. So my stories were all full of blood and torture and death and forced marriages*, sort of Quentin Tarantino meets Marguerite Henry, all acted out via My Little Ponies, and their cohorts, the little scented rubber animals that came with the Strawberry Shortcake dolls. (I had no particular use for the dolls.)
Next to some of those stories, My Leper Pony's probably pretty tame, but it's still nice to return in some small way to that well of childhood creative depravity.
Technical stuff! Leperlot started life as a G3 Love-a-Belle, was painted sickly grey-green, re-tailed with the scurfiest, most diseased looking yarn I could find, and boils were sculpted from polymer clay and painted. Bandages were added with Rigid Wrap (a type of plaster cloth) painted, and sealed with acrylic matte medium. Bits of mane were glued in under the bandages, but I didn't do a full re-root. The "Unclean" sign is made from painted acid-free matboard, and I photoshopped together a parody of the packaging, printed in on matte heavyweight, and taped it in over the original. (Sadly, despite all the tape visible in the photos, there is still less than was on the original package. Hasbro likes their tape.)
This is my first alteration of a My Little Pony, and you don't want to know how much fun I had.
I will probably be e-baying Leperlot at some point in the near future--my journal'll have the details.
EDIT: I'm told by other members of the pony modding community that Hasbro apparently doesn't like box modifications, so wanting to respect their wishes there--after all, they furnished my depraved childhood adventures!--I'm removing the box art, just in case.
"My Little Pony" is a trademark of Hasbro. Leperlot and her packaging is an artistic parody and not affiliated with or sanctioned by the manufacturer.
*There is a reason this theme pops up so much in fan fiction, romance novels, and fairy tales. For some reason--and it may well be a girl thing--that's one of the toothy monsters in a lot of our wells.
Man I haven't painted anything like this in such a long time. Felt pretty good and i'm quite happy with how it turned out for not being that familiar with paint tool sai other then simple flat shading usually.
I'm just going to copy paste what I said on the original sketch to show my thought process behind this:
Since we're getting a bit more Luna in season 2, which is awesome, I kind of thought of her personal turmoil she probably has, being trapped in the moon for like 1000 years after all. I see her as having hallucinations or nightmares (no pun intended) about nightmare moon which are just manifestations of guilt. I could see an episode clearly showing this and her having to somehow over come and confront her fears with the help of the main cast or at least twilight, I dunno lol
Other then some kind of internal battle, I have no idea what's going on here, I just wanted to paint some pretty ponies lol. Your free to interpret this however you want haha.
Hair: Super long saran in the 7 rainbow hues Main Symbol: Hand painted Female/Female symbols on her left side, and Male/Male signs on her right side, both backed with glittery rainbows Extra Symbols: N/A Full body paint? N/A Accessories? N/A Sculpted areas?Unicorn horn, painted white and accented with fine glitter Other notes: Her eyes were completely re-painted as was her rainbow eyeshadow
First come first serve. State what pony you would like and note me about it and il shall note you with my Paypal address. Payment or Reserve lasts for 24 hours, otherwise it'll be put back up for everyone else. You can change name, gender, race, appearance, cutie mark etc. Once purchased, the character is completely yours. When purchased you'll receive a larger sized file of pony and cutie mark. Cannot resell or claim Image as your Own
This was made by first creating individual frames in Inkscape, then exporting them as PNGs, and then cobbling everything together in GIMP. (I am tired of being constantly asked how I make these animations.)
Inkscape SVG file:sta.sh/01mp5og51wgd (The frames are on top of each other, in separate layers... and often with some of them missing. A bit messy job on my part.)
Based on "My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic" by Lauren Faust.