The general work it's plain great.
I can compliment you because the first impression it's very good, the detail it's good and the mane in its an stunning job.
I usually give really positive...analysis: Because of the efford deserves recognition and because I couldn't have done it better anyways...
I would start giving you 100 and from there the things you could improve would lover it.
The ears are a bit too wide (not ugly, I actualli like that design).
Instead of finishing in her nape it would be better in the line of the eyelid (I dont know if I made myself clear).
Her hind legs should be a bit more "pulled to the back" and the hooves a little bit more thick in the base ( I know im basing this from the cartoon character and its really difficult to recreate 100% accurate)
I have nothing on the wings, I love them. I consider the possition of this irrelevant because she can move them at will so nope.
The slippers can be flatenned a bit and the turl of hair that goes slightly over her tiara could be moved a bit more over it (higher) or the tiara can go a bit down (that could make it look like is embedded in her skull, so im not sure about that)
that would take it to 90 or 95 but resorting to the opinion of other 3 people here with me they would give 80 and 70s (because of fidelity to the cartoon model)
As a summary:
Vision: 5 stars (congratulations you are very talented)
originality: 5 (the mane by itself won the claim)
Technique: As an accurate resemble to luna, it would have the previously mentioned details (they said 3) I'll give 4.
Impact: pessimist said 3 (I said 4.5) I'll keep it at 4.
My final opinion: admirable, lovely.
others opinion: Meh, would be cool to have it but could be better.
P.S. I know this was a horrible mash up of incomplete ideas, in my defense I tried my best to focus over a riot happening behind me.
Hi, thanks so much for sharing your art here! I am wondering what materials you use to make these wonderful creations, as my daughter would love to make some with me as a special project. Thank you so much! - Lisa
Thanks. She could use a little work in a couple of places...her hooves should be a bit thicker and the hair swoop on top should be a bit fuller but I think the turned out fairly well. This was a lot longer than I usually spend on my ponies...she took about 25 hours but I just wanted to try a more show accurate Luna for once. Next time will be better ...whenever next time is
Well, I think I improve just because I make so many. I actually try to get rid of mine as soon as possible because when they are around me I start looking at the imperfections and get upset. We obviously see the defects more than others do and it just drives me nuts so I just move on the the next one as fast as possible
I guess it depends on what you want to do with the pony. If I were going to keep it I would probably not stop until it was near perfect but since i always end up selling them or giving them away I just keep at it until it is really good because the different in really good and near perfect is 3 or 4 times as many hours spent on it from my experience. I can spend 8 to 10 hours and make a pretty good pony but taking it to the next level is about 30 to 40 hours and when I sell them, people rarely want to spend the money on a 30 to 40 hour pony. Most people have a hard time spending more than $50 unless it is something unique.