Wow, that dappling with acrylics! O.O I'm starting customizing MLPs too. I was wondering, do you think a kind of hair dye would work instead of rehairing? I'm working on a clydesdale pony right now, and I do NOT have the patience for mohair lol :faints:
his hair is mohair, for some reason it stuck straight up even when it was much longer so i just trimmed it down. i think i may have put a bit too much in each plug for it to lie flat but its the first rehairing ive done so i needed the practise XD
i dont know of a site that lists values of them, but if you sent me a photo of them all, say with them all laid down so you can see the symbols and stuff i could maybe help you identify them and see if youve got any rare ones and the rest of them you could look up prices on ebay...thats usually the way to go with them. for a start, internationals are more sought after, which means if they have made in italy or made in argentina on the bottom of their hooves then they are worth more....its also the case if they dont have a country they are made from. most are made in china, hong hong or tialand. Its generally best to not customise the male ones as well unless they are in a terrible state (the ones with the sculpted hair on the legs) Send me a photo though and ill see what i can do
Gorgeous!!! I wish they did My Little Pony's like that!!! Especially when I was a child...I LOVED MLP...but not the fact they were nearly always pink!!
The paintwork is so beautifully done and so accurate...from the darker marks around the eyes and quarters...to the shape of the stripe! A nice little touch with the white on the nostrils and lips, so many people would make it an even, square facial marking!!
Adorable! What a gorgeous paint job on this. I've never seen a MLP done in a realistic style before, but I have to say it works a lot better than I ever would have thought. I almost want to do one now. >.>