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Gala Rarity by Narxinba222 Gala Rarity by Narxinba222
Narxinba Custom Ponies on Facebook: www.facebook.com/NarxinbaCusto...

EQUESTRIA DAILY

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She is 2/6. The other 4 of the mane 6 are currently being made, so stay tuned!!

Grand Galloping Gala Rarity

The toy I used is a 3" brushable Rarity: www.hasbro.com/common/producti...
This took me about a week to make. Her dress & accessories are made from polymer clay, acrylic paint and beads.



Gen 4 Rarity designed by Lauren Faust
Pinkie Pie/My Little Pony Friendship Is Magic (c) Hasbro
This custom is (c) =Narxinba222

At the Gala, all the royals
They will meet fair Rarity
They will see I'm just as regal at the Gala! (at the Gala)
I will find him, my Prince Charming,
And how gallant he will be,
He will treat me like a lady, tonight at the Gala!
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imapumpkinwhee Featured By Owner Jul 31, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Wow! The dress is incredible, the hair is scary-accurate, and a bicone for her earring just tops it all off~
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Narxinba222 Featured By Owner Aug 1, 2013  Student Interface Designer
thanks!
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Ninjabear15 Featured By Owner Oct 7, 2012  Hobbyist Artist
wow just awesome do you sell any of your work :)
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Narxinba222 Featured By Owner Oct 7, 2012  Student Interface Designer
I take commissions :)
Its $40 for a general pony (derpy, Octavia, an OC etc). At the moment Im not selling, and almost everything you see in my gallery is for my personal collection.

I also dont commission gala ponies yet.
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SkycatcherEquestria Featured By Owner Sep 16, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Love it, love it... Simply awesome.

I want to do the same sort of modification to the "wave 4" blind bag Fluttershy that I have, so I've been looking for suggestions on what material & process to use. Does the polymer clay set and harden over time without heating? i.e. to a point where it could be painted on?

What I want to do is "fix" her mane and tail, since they were cheap and made Flutter just a 100% recolor of the Rainbow Dash mold. :(
After molding her hair, I'd then want to paint it the proper color, similar to what I did with the AJ & Rarity figures at [link]

So any tips you could give me on where to find the clay you used, as well as any tips on molding it and whether it sets without heating, that'd be <3
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Narxinba222 Featured By Owner Sep 16, 2012  Student Interface Designer
polymer clay has to be baked in the oven at 130 (i think) degrees Celsius for 15 minutes for every 6millimetres thick it is.

when I use polymer clay on the 3 inch brushable ponies, i lower the temperature and cook them for longer, because the plastic becomes very soft.
If i were you, i would do some googling about whether the blind bags are safe to be baked in the oven.

As I live in Australia, I get my Sculpey Polymer clay from Spotlight. Because you live in America, i wouldnt know where you could look. But polymer clay can be painted after it's baked.

You can buy air dry clay, but again, i wouldnt know where you could look. Try some art & craft stores. Even places like Target (im assuming America Target is like Australia Target) and places like that.

with moulding, things like chopsticks, exacto knives/stanley knives, toothpicks and other small objects are good for shaping clay. Also rolling pins and a big flat surface (like a tupperware lid) for flattening the clay out.
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SkycatcherEquestria Featured By Owner Sep 16, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Good and helpful info, thanks. :) I checked out your other Gala pieces - all well done.
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Narxinba222 Featured By Owner Sep 17, 2012  Student Interface Designer
no worries :) and thankyou
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SkycatcherEquestria Featured By Owner Sep 16, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Oh wait.. I just started reading the other comments, and you may have already answered my questions... I'll keep reading.
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alltheApples Featured By Owner Jul 31, 2012  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Beautiful! You used polymer clay? Did you bake it on the pony with the hair?
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