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June 22, 2012
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Jun 22, 2012, 4:58:12 PM
Adobe Photoshop CS5 Windows
Future Twilight Sparkle by Narxinba222 Future Twilight Sparkle by Narxinba222
The Twilight I already did, and the NEW Future Twilight Sparkle

Twilight Sparkle: Is there some sort of epic pony war in the distant future or something?
(Future) Twilight Sparkle: Actually, I'm from next Tuesday morning, but that's not important right now!

Episode: Its About Time.

Custom Twilight's made by me. Toys from Hasbro.

I know the bandage is meant to go over her ears, but it didnt stay on that way, so its over her right ear and under her left.

Dear EQUESTRIA DAILY. I love your site. Custom compliation is awesome. hint hint ;)
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PsariUsagi Featured By Owner Feb 3, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
great job! :D
Narxinba222 Featured By Owner Feb 3, 2013  Student Interface Designer
PsariUsagi Featured By Owner Feb 4, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
you're very welcome! :D
AnotherOddity Featured By Owner Jan 1, 2013  Student Traditional Artist
What do you do to Twilight's fringe (her entire mane really, but particularly that part) to stay in shape?
Narxinba222 Featured By Owner Jan 1, 2013  Student Interface Designer
When styling the hair use hot water to wet it, style it the way you want, then fix it in place with hair ties/rubber bands.
Wait until the hair is COMPLETELY dry to touch (usually overnight is enough)
Then spray hairspray lighty at her from a distance. You need the strong hold stuff, and very little of it.
Then cut her fringe and the rest of her mane, then release the elastic bands.
By doing this the hot water shocks it in place, then it gets left to dry in that shape. And the hairspray helps keep it close to her head once the rubber bands are gone
AnotherOddity Featured By Owner Feb 16, 2013  Student Traditional Artist
Even with all your good advice....

For my custom ponies I just used super strong hair gel and rubber bands (and in some cases, pencils) and left them in the shed for a night. I still think they turned out well enough.
Though I think I will follow advice for Pinkie Pie when I do her...

My Twilight- [link] [link] Fluttershy- [link] [link] Rarity- [link] Rainbow Dash- [link] [link]

And finally The Great and Powerful/ly Apologetic Trixie.

[link] [link]

Look now, or later. :)
Narxinba222 Featured By Owner Feb 16, 2013  Student Interface Designer
Your Fluttershy turned out much better than my first try haha and the twilight looks good, I have a heap of trouble getting her mane to stay down these days.
But I was REALLY inexperienced when I did my mane six, so if I tired again now, I'd have better luck with them

Keep up the good work, you're doing well
AnotherOddity Featured By Owner Feb 16, 2013  Student Traditional Artist
Thank you! That's so nice.

I have a bit of trouble with Twilight too. I have to keep tying her mane down to keep it closer to her head/neck. I can't even leave it for a full day without tying something around her neck without her hair getting a bit out of place.
But it is just a minor detail, I think I will eventually just let it slide.

Have any hints on Applejack? I plan to do her mane in the future.

And for Pinkie Pie I plan to just go crazy with the curls until it looks remotely like Pinkie Pie.
But if I do follow the straws-hairpin plan, I'll just use hot water and then air it out.
I'm a bit worried I'll burn her... but I probably won't even end up going with that idea anyway.

Thanks again :D
Narxinba222 Featured By Owner Feb 16, 2013  Student Interface Designer
I was lucky with my applejack, her hair was pretty good, it was just her bangs that needed styling haha and there's a tutorial so,where in the net to make her a hat from brown paper that's pretty good

You will need some form of heat to make pinkies hair work. Just hot water out of the tap should do the trick, and air drying her isn't bad, it just takes a very long time
PunkRoctorok Featured By Owner Jun 27, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
really cool :)
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