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.
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!
Jean asked for a commission based on a picture of another pony, and I am not fond of copying so we discussed it and came up with a way of making it similar but different... and I've since lost the picture when my pc crashed! LOL! Jean wanted it to be orange with black and orange hair and a sculpted spider.
The hair is Black Magic and Satsuma (old batch) and the cobweb is made from thread with glue and black glitter, even the spider got a coating of black glitter to make it look a little furryer!
The tiara was an add-on as I couldn't understand what was on the head of the pony in the pic... LOL!
She had lots of glue on her neck seam which didn't dye so I'll have to paint that still, I guess...
I've nicknamed her Spinderella but it's up to Jean to name her!
As always, to see all the pictures of this pony, to see the detail in the corset and boots and such, go to my website here: [link] She is listed under "corseted ponies". This pony was made from a pink G3 My Little Pony toy. The symbol was removed with laquer thinner, eyes repainted with acrylics and sealed and the corset, boots and striped stockings were sculpted from Apoxie Clay, painted and sealed. The hair was rerooted with katsilk hair in Evergreen and Noir. The hat is removable and is completely handmade out of black cotton fabric (kind felt-like feel) and green cotton fabric. There are little holes in the hat for the ears to poke out of The broom is also handmade out of Apoxie Clay over wire and tinfoil (wire and foil used to bulk out and stabalize the Apoxie Clay.)
This pony was made from a white G3 My Little Pony named Misty Blue. She was rerooted with Katsilk hair in CM Midnight. The eyes were painted in acrylics and sealed. The dress and boots were sculpted out of Apoxie Sculpt, then the legs were painted black to simulate black leggings. Then it was all painted in acrylics and sealed. The headless doll was made from Apoxie Sculpt and has little jointed arms and legs so they flop around like a rag doll.
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.
This pony was made as a private commission for Darkhorsecollectibles (check out her amazing pony customs on eBay). The pony was made from a G3 My Little Pony named Misty Blue that I rerooted with Katsilk hair in CM Midnight, Platinum White and Caddy Red. The corset, boots and anklet were all sculpted from Apoxie Sculpt, painted with acrylics and sealed. The eyes were also painted in acrylics and sealed.
I was part of a secret santa swap on a My Little Pony online collectors forum and along with a bunch of pony toys I made this custom of my secret swap partner's pony persona. It wasn't an easy feat as I couldn't find any pictures of her persona anywhere...only a description. I also found in another thread that she'd love to get tattoos of stars on her face around her eyes to match the tatoos of stars on her back (which are the colors of the pony's stars) so I decided to add thos on as well. This was really a fun custom to make and I really hope that she loves it
This custom My Little Pony was created for the 25th Anniversary custom contest at the 2008 MLP Fair. She was also made as one of my entries into the My Little Pony Project 25 Ponies for 25 Years contest. Keep you fingers crossed for me on that one, lol.
She was made from a Hasbro G3 blank white pony that I rerooted with rainbow hair in pastel shades. The saddle and neck pieces were all sculpted from Apoxie Clay, painted with acrylics and sealed. She is a 25th Anniversary themed pony because her saddle has the logos for all 3 generations of ponies on it. The rainbow with cloud logo for the G1's, the rainbow swirl logo for the G2's and the Heart with a heart logo for the G3 ponies. The white ribbon edging with the little birds was taken from the packages of the G1 ponies. The little flowers were sculpted and a Swarovski crystal placed within each one. Her little tiara is removable and made with beading wire and Swarovski crystals and beads.
I plan to eventually sell her after the Pony Project contest is completed...sometime in late July.
This is one of a set of two goth pegasus My Little Pony customs with a candy theme. Please see my other pony Sinful Sweet also as she is the sister of this pony. Lurid Lolly was made from a G3 My Little Pony toy named Lickety Split. I removed her symbol and hair and replaced it with new saran hair in black and hot pink stripes. The wings, boots, stockings, arm warmers, lollipop accessory and ribbon accessories were hand sculpted from Apoxie Clay, painted with acrylics and sealed. The symbols and eyes are also hand painted and sealed. She and her sister will be put on eBay tomorrow (5-6-07)
Hair: Super long saran in silver and black stripes Main Symbol: Hand painted "My Chemical Romance" writing and skeleton figure Extra Symbols: N/A Full body paint? N/A Accessories? N/A Sculpted areas? N/A Other notes: His eyes were re-painted. This custom is in no way sponsered or supported by My Chemical Romance and is not official.
Ah, my pal has been sending me eps. of My Little Pony and I think I'm startin' ta like it. Heh heh, actually I remember playing with them WAY back in the day with my friend Lauren. It's silly and girly, but hey, what are pony cartoons for? Anyhow, I made my own MLP--an EVIL pony! MWAH HA HA HA HA HA HA HA!!!!!!! Maybe not evil... but definitely not your average pony. They symbol on his flank is an old alchemical one meaning Vitriol, which is an old greek name for iron sulphate-- a poisonous acid.
** I think I've decided to name him Oxys, which is ancient greek for "acid". Although I also like Thanatos, greek for "death". Maybe I'll give him a brother. I was gonna do a pirate one with skull and crossbones, too. How silly!
I decided to do smaller spots on this paticular giraffe, which made the painting process incredibly long. I also had made a grave mistake on trying out a different brand of paint than i'm used to on this guy, and it was so terrible that i had to remove all the paint and start over again. not to mention some sculpting issues that needed to be fixed! oya!!!1
but despite the problems, i think he's my most favorite giraffe to date
Made from g3 Gem Blossom, Sculpted with Apoxie Sculpt and Super Sculpey. Painted with Apple Barrel craft acrylics, and Golden artist acrylics.
My Little Pony belongs to Hasbro.I am not a designer for Hasbro. This is not a hasbro design. This is a custom pony, which is essentially fanart. Please dont sue me!
another one i've been working on (an mostly off) for 1,5 years. i finally tired of it staring at me from the closet, so i painted the final stripe and put the tail in. i'm quite pleased with the results
I started this guy back before the sequel came out in theaters, got him 75% done, and promptly got too busy to finish for a few months. My goal was to outshine Pony Stark 1; and I think I did a better job of that than the sequel did! (hopefully)
A lot of his sculpting is done with Fixit Sculpt from Aaves Studios; I got a tiny jar as a free sample. It seems to finish a little smoother than apoxie sculpt with a slightly longer work time, but I don't think it's worth the price difference.