Commission info is on my page!
I'm so happy how the hat and cape turned out, it's my first time appliquing anything.
Her cape's jewel is made out of super sculpy and is painted to color match perfectly.
The hat is lined with Jewel minky.
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I have to say I like each of these ponies more than the last. Embroidery: clean and fantastic. So so beautiful. The cape and hat are genius and it has the exact materials wizard capes and hats would have. The sculpey gem is such a good idea. It looks like the show's style as well as accuracy points. Thumbs up.
The head is probably the best pony head I've seen. The 3/4 and front view are phenomenal. Many crafters have a hard time getting both eyes for the 3/4 view and here you practically nailed it. The front view is so so so goood. The head has it's ball like shape like in the show and the eyes have perfect spacing and alignment. I also like how the ears are positioned according to the seams on the head; it's very clever.
That pony butt is awesome. Not many people design the pattern with that but it adds SO much. Awesome work. The hooves look nice and flat on a surface just like the show.
I will say; however, the muzzle looks too fat from the front view. Narrowing it near the tip might give it a more accurate look. The mouth, as a result, goes too far in for my taste. I'd say the mouth shouldn't go in as much, but rather end its length and sharply go up after it reaches the profile pieces. If you look at the front view, the pony mouths are basically a rotated C shape, so the straight ends really make a difference.
I'd also think the neck good get some added height and become more upright. The front legs I also feel could be positioned more upright, giving the body as a whole a much more traditional pony stance instead of leaning.
One little thing I wanted to say is that the back joint between the flank and her leg seems a little too thin. She could have a little more meat on that part. It's supposed to be thin, but here I say it is a little too thin.
I'd also want to throw an idea out and suggest making the ears stuffed or somehow "deeper." If you look at shots from the show the ears are hollowed in and thick. That'd be awesome to see.
INCREDIBLE work. But also there is INCREDIBLE potential. Wow wow wow. Just some adjustments and the pony pattern could be even better in my opinion. <img src="e.deviantart.net/emoticons/s/s…" width="15" height="15" alt="" data-embed-type="emoticon" data-embed-id="391" title=" (Smile)"/>
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