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Nerdzuka

Teeny Tiny Baby Pony
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work is in progress super exited !!!
First time working with apoxy i kinda rushed since the thing was drying out
I originally was just going to do repaints a few months ago and call it a day but I changed my mind hence why you see a half painted head with slapped on clay

I want expressive brushables
Possibly some dynamic poses
I'm super exited to complete these!
They are going to be based off of some of my characters.
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Update!!
She is now full fledged horse!
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Nerdzuka

Teeny Tiny Baby Pony
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Mass prepping G4’s for customization any theme suggestions for them ? Removing the neck peg is kinda difficult I found that boiling water and soaking them for a minute helps me use my exacto knife. Im not sure if theres a better way to open them but that's how I'm doing things. They are going to get their remaining hair removed and receive an oxi clean bath before I start painting. I might experiment heat sealing with mc Donald’s ponies 40771781_6f6FIqxheGoC6oM.jpg20211013_053114.jpg
 
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lovelauraland

Teeny Tiny Baby Pony
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Aww I remember the first time using apoxy- it drys out so fast so I work in small batches- they are looking great so far ☺️
 
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Tak

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Aww I remember the first time using apoxy- it drys out so fast so I work in small batches- they are looking great so far ☺️
My daughter has been sculpting in pottery class and at home. She begged her grandma for some apoxy so she can make me some ponies,
 
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