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1  Collection of recent ponies :D Image Heavy in Toys, Dolls and Playthings: Completed Projects by mousenet on: November 13, 2011 05:58:58 PM
So I've been working on a number of ponies lately and thought it'd be nice to share them with you guys ^.^
Starting off I've got a pony for which I have no name. She was a commission for a good friend who is sending it as a gift.
Side one

Side two

Cutie Mark


This one  was an attempt at Princess Luna from My Little Pony: Friendship is magic, but as you can see I chose poorly when it came to colours. so she's staying home with my Fluttershy with the wrong hair XD



This next one was a commission for someone I met on a certain pony-themed imageboard who lives in Australia and couldnt find anyone who would ship to them. aaaaaaannfd guess who? Fluttershy of course. Still ironing out my head shape though :/


And now for the last set, who were ordered as a pair for a baby shower. Had to make these really special as they'd be used by a baby. Short mane/tail and also bunched mane/tail situation to lessen the choking hazard, but also ended up using an iron to sort of "bake on" the paint so it wouldnt cause problems. Just one picture for now ^.^;;

These cutie marks are both in another language, which was fun. The chinese on the red one means "joy" and the word on the blue one means "hope". These were given by the commissioner and so I just put them right on, haha. Ended up calling them Red and Blue the whole time I was working on them though.

Please let me know what ya'll think, as I'm reworking the pattern, not so much for the bodies, I've gotten those down pat, but the heads have been giving me issues. If anyone has any ideas on how to keep the heads nice and spherical but also consistent, please let me know. I've been tearing my hair out lately as each head I make is different from the one before it, even though i make them the same. Anyway, enjoy the ponies Cheesy can't wait to make more (I've got Doctor Whooves and GLaDOS ponies in the works right now)
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2  Rainbow Dash My little pony plushie (4 images) in Toys, Dolls and Playthings: Completed Projects by mousenet on: October 21, 2011 07:08:23 PM
I've made this one up for my son. I figure since this board is getting covered in ponies anyway, why not help it get covered a little faster? hahaha. She stands about 14" tall and is made of fleece for the body, yarn for the hair, and painted on details.






I messed up her back legs a little bit, but she still stands on her own, and Hayden (my son) couldnt care less. She's become part of his bedtime stuffie pile  Cheesy
Wondered what you guys thought though, so please let me know! ^.^
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3  My Little Pony : Friendship is Magic Fluttershy Plushie (three images) in Toys, Dolls and Playthings: Completed Projects by mousenet on: October 11, 2011 04:52:24 PM
So, I dont normally do things like this, but I started making these about two weeks ago (i think) and I've decided to make a whole ton of them, since they are just so adorable!

Anyway, I thought as a new member it would be nice to start out on the right foot and see what you guys think of my work Cheesy


She stands about 14 inches tall (the the top of the head, not the ear). Her body is made of fleece and her hair of yarn (the super soft kind for baby blankets <3). I paint the eyes and cutie mark on just because it's easier for me to than over designing something to print out and iron on (which seems a bit like cheating to me anyway). Plus i dont have the right kind of printer to make the iron on printouts anyway.


Hope to have lots of fun getting down and crafty with ya'll ^.^
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