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dustysculptures:

 There’s alot that goes into these, even as simple as Rarity here but hopefully this will give you a lil’ insight as to how these ponies are made~ 

Step 1 - Planning & gathering

The first and most important step is decided what you want to sculpt and visualizing how it will look in the end. Some refer to this step as the ‘longest’ step simply because there are so many ways an idea can be created and take enormous time for them to come to fruition. For this sculpt, I wanted something simple while still being fun, so I found Beatnik Rarity by Chocochaofun and decided to go for it. I made up the primary colors I would need and estimated it would take about 2 days.

Step 2 - Armature

Armature was built with 18ga steel wire and 20ga aluminum craft wire for the tail. The lighter guage was used because of the curly nature of Rarity’s tail.

Step 3 - Blocking out the body & head

All the major shapes of the body were made and then baked. ‘Recycled’ clay was used for the upper torso because a black sweater was going to be placed over it. 

*Not shown is the head was blocked out and eyes/eyelids were added.

**Note: Before every bake, the clay is extensively cleaned to ensure the least amount of dust gets infused into the clay after baking. This is SUPER important to maintaining the cleanest looking sculpture after it is finished.

Step 4 & 5 - Adding the head, neck, and horn

The head is then added along with clay extending from the body to make the neck. Horn ears and smile are added afterward. 2nd bake to seal in the details.

Step 6 - First layer of details

Now that the body is finished, details can be added from largest to smallest. The first major addition is the sweater as it will be underneath everything then the hair. 3rd bake.

Step 7 & 8 - 2nd & 3rd layer of details

The home stretch! The last layers of details really hone in on what the final product will look like. The tail and shoes were added and then the hat and eye details after. 4th bake

Step 9 - Finishing and cleaning

One the final details are added the sculpture is cleaned and scrubbed vigorously and gloss glaze is applied to the eyes and dried. 

Step 10 - PHOTORGRAPHY!

Once all that is done, I get to take a break and do some fancy pants photosesh with my sculpture. Hurray! 

Thats it! Hope this helped~! Let me know of any questions you have ^^ 

 

Dawww~ Thanks tehflah!

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fernindt:

Page 8 of Old Appleoosa: Do No Harm by Jamescorck (art) and by me (writing)
«Cover | <Previous | 8 | Next> (Pending)
DOUBLE KILL
And that, dear readers, is why you always pay attention to where you are in relation to the gryphon prisoner’s reach.
She might have picked the lock on her manacles and then you’re boned.

Well that didn’t go well. Poor bunny. I wonder what’s going to happen to him? :3

fernindt:

Page 8 of Old Appleoosa: Do No Harm by Jamescorck (art) and by me (writing)

«Cover | <Previous | 8 | Next> (Pending)

DOUBLE KILL

And that, dear readers, is why you always pay attention to where you are in relation to the gryphon prisoner’s reach.

She might have picked the lock on her manacles and then you’re boned.

Well that didn’t go well. Poor bunny. I wonder what’s going to happen to him? :3

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rarijackdaily:

It’s scary all alone. Inspired by dustysculptures. ^_~


IcantbelieveIinspiredthis omgitssoadorable~~~~! XDDDD

rarijackdaily:

It’s scary all alone. Inspired by dustysculptures. ^_~

IcantbelieveIinspiredthis omgitssoadorable~~~~! XDDDD

Photoset

 There’s alot that goes into these, even as simple as Rarity here but hopefully this will give you a lil’ insight as to how these ponies are made~ 

Step 1 - Planning & gathering

The first and most important step is decided what you want to sculpt and visualizing how it will look in the end. Some refer to this step as the ‘longest’ step simply because there are so many ways an idea can be created and take enormous time for them to come to fruition. For this sculpt, I wanted something simple while still being fun, so I found Beatnik Rarity by Chocochaofun and decided to go for it. I made up the primary colors I would need and estimated it would take about 2 days.

Step 2 - Armature

Armature was built with 18ga steel wire and 20ga aluminum craft wire for the tail. The lighter guage was used because of the curly nature of Rarity’s tail.

Step 3 - Blocking out the body & head

All the major shapes of the body were made and then baked. ‘Recycled’ clay was used for the upper torso because a black sweater was going to be placed over it. 

*Not shown is the head was blocked out and eyes/eyelids were added.

**Note: Before every bake, the clay is extensively cleaned to ensure the least amount of dust gets infused into the clay after baking. This is SUPER important to maintaining the cleanest looking sculpture after it is finished.

Step 4 & 5 - Adding the head, neck, and horn

The head is then added along with clay extending from the body to make the neck. Horn ears and smile are added afterward. 2nd bake to seal in the details.

Step 6 - First layer of details

Now that the body is finished, details can be added from largest to smallest. The first major addition is the sweater as it will be underneath everything then the hair. 3rd bake.

Step 7 & 8 - 2nd & 3rd layer of details

The home stretch! The last layers of details really hone in on what the final product will look like. The tail and shoes were added and then the hat and eye details after. 4th bake

Step 9 - Finishing and cleaning

One the final details are added the sculpture is cleaned and scrubbed vigorously and gloss glaze is applied to the eyes and dried. 

Step 10 - PHOTORGRAPHY!

Once all that is done, I get to take a break and do some fancy pants photosesh with my sculpture. Hurray! 

Thats it! Hope this helped~! Let me know of any questions you have ^^ 

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discorderlyconduct:

Love Train

-Fluttershy’s cottage
-better than Royal palace
-Yeeees

(via ebtdeponis)

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rarijackdaily:

Evening at a coffee shop. &lt;3

rarijackdaily:

Evening at a coffee shop. <3

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wannabeanimator:

The Ballad of Nessie (2011) | pencil test - Andreas Deja

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beapeabear:

And that’s why they’re friends.

(via hobbsmeerkat)

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darkflame7:

lunadoodle:

&gt;6 hours late
Oops. I got carried away.
Worked on this one for something like 7 hours now.



Oh goodness this is so adorable~ 

darkflame7:

lunadoodle:

>6 hours late

Oops. I got carried away.

Worked on this one for something like 7 hours now.

Oh goodness this is so adorable~ 

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lunadoodle:

"Oh, I’m going to just do a quick half-hour sketch before I get back to work on other things!" 
…I-don’t-even-know-how-many hours later…
Oh well. Rainy days are the best days for drawing cuddling ponies, even if Luna’s face is hidden. She’s smiling, I swear.
Edit: Magically/Accidentally turned off the layer with Twi’s cutie mark.

lunadoodle:

"Oh, I’m going to just do a quick half-hour sketch before I get back to work on other things!" 

…I-don’t-even-know-how-many hours later…

Oh well. Rainy days are the best days for drawing cuddling ponies, even if Luna’s face is hidden. She’s smiling, I swear.

Edit: Magically/Accidentally turned off the layer with Twi’s cutie mark.