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Corset pony for Rochi-901 by Woosie Corset pony for Rochi-901 by Woosie
This pony was made as a private commission for Rochi-901 of her persona pony Lady Tulip. Her persona normally has wings also but we decided to leave them off so that she could have a nice corset instead ;) I have a more traditional custom of this pony in my gallery. This pony was made from a yellow G3 My Little Pony. I removed the original symbol and rerooted the hair with Katsilk hair in Caddy Red, Orange Blossom and CM Yellow. I added a unicorn horn made of Apoxie Clay that has been painted with acrylics and sealed. The eyes were repainted and sealed. The corset and boots were sculpted from Apoxie Clay, painted and sealed. The symbols were handpainted also.
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PrivateCocky Featured By Owner May 29, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Your custom ponies are so beautiful!! 
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ponymad10 Featured By Owner Apr 18, 2011
i love ur custom ponies
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CleopatraEyes93 Featured By Owner Jul 29, 2010
How do you remove the original symbol and reroot the hair? Great pony, by the way!
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Velvet-Chinchilla Featured By Owner Jun 27, 2008
I REALLY like the new horn. It's much prettier than the regular MLP horns.
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PriestessOfNox Featured By Owner Feb 3, 2007
Very pretty hair and flowers. I love how all the colors go together.
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Rai-Starstreak Featured By Owner Sep 24, 2006
She's pretty =) I really like the colour of her mane
What do you use to seal the paint?
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Woosie Featured By Owner Sep 24, 2006  Professional Artisan Crafter
I use J.W. Etc. Water-based polyurethane varnish in matte. I water it down a little before application to make it go on with as little streaks as possible. For the eyes I use a similar product in a glossy finish to give them a wet look.
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luvlygrrrrl Featured By Owner Sep 18, 2006
so gorgeous...perfect!

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Strativarious Featured By Owner Sep 18, 2006  Hobbyist General Artist
Nice job, as always. I adore your work, and can't wait to see more. :D
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devilkitten1 Featured By Owner Sep 18, 2006   Traditional Artist
that's just awesome!
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