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Shining Armor sculpture commission by MadPonyScientist Shining Armor sculpture commission by MadPonyScientist
This is a commission for :icontoadma: ...I spent a LOT of time on this one... hope you like it!

He is entirely hand sculpted. No tools other than a toothpick... which made those buttons and tiny crosses a pain in the butt to do, but I just refuse to use tools. I know, I'm crazy....why do you think my username is MADponyscientist!!!!

Made by me - MadPonyScientist

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:icondjdirty:
fucking amazing! o.0
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GrffinSmith Feb 16, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
I think it's great you don't use tools it is hard work, but the result is often smoother and has more charicter. Personaly I use a knife, but I don't use actual clay tools..
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:iconironbatmaiden91:
What colors did you use on the clay?
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:iconmadponyscientist:
You mean paint? The only paint that was used was on his eyes and cutie mark. The rest was colored clay.
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:iconironbatmaiden91:
Ohh ok. What color clay did you use for that?
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SeeMeClear Dec 15, 2012  Student Photographer
How much would this one cost? x
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:iconmadponyscientist:
He is more than regular ponies because there are so many details to that uniform and his hooves so this one is $80 plus shipping.
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Ingtron Dec 8, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
He's gorgeous!
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:iconmadponyscientist:
thank you!!! how's your next piece coming along?
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Ingtron Dec 8, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Pieces, really! I'm going to try to sculpt a bunch of base ponies, and then sell them as OC's with mane/tail and paint to specifications. I'm really excited about trying it, and I want to try a lot of different poses and expressions. And then I feel like it will be easier for me to do customs - I'm afraid to start because I don't want someone to be unhappy with the results. This way, the majority of the pony will be done and there to see aside from the customization part.

I dunno...am I crazy?
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