Deviant Login Shop  Join deviantART for FREE Take the Tour


Submitted on
October 18, 2012
Image Size
2.7 MB


148 (who?)
SOLD: Daring Do Fashion Style Custom by Nazegoreng SOLD: Daring Do Fashion Style Custom by Nazegoreng
Daring has found a new home.

So happy to finally put up my Daring Do custom. I'm very proud of her. She definitely pushed me as far as customizing goes. I think she was absolutely worth it.

Daring was created from a fashion style Rainbow Dash. Her hair, wings and marks were removed. She was then sculpted with Super Sculpey, and painted with high quality acrylic paints. Finally she was sealed with matte and gloss mod podge. Her hat, the Sapphire stone and book were all created using super sculpey and painted, then sealed. I tried to make her as show accurate as possible.

She was too lonely by herself, so I took on the task of making the Sapphire stone. A whole day later and it was done (accessory.. yeah).

Enjoy the pictures, please comment if you like her. Feel free to post her anywhere you like, just make sure to link back to the original.

Commissions will be open in a month or so if anyone is interested. I'd also love to hear suggestions for more customs. I'm looking at making a shadowbolt Rainbowdash, a Dragonborn Fluttershy and a Detective Pinkie with a miniature polymer clay MMMMM.


Glamour pic here:
Add a Comment:
Derpzalot Nov 6, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Hey Naze, 
is it okay if I ask where you buy your super sculpey? :)
I am going to attempt sculpting with it and I thought I would ask you where you bought it from :D

Thank you! :iconfluttershysqueeplz:
Nazegoreng Nov 6, 2013  Professional Artisan Crafter
Derpzalot Nov 6, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
thanks so much! :hug:
And is that where you bought the sealer as well? :D
Nazegoreng Nov 7, 2013  Professional Artisan Crafter
I usually get that from spotlight but i'm sure they stock it aswell :)
Derpzalot Nov 7, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
It would be easier for me personally to pick it up from spotlight,
thanks so much! If mine looks even a fraction as good as your sculpts I will be very happy :D
Tigerwolf-ninetails Oct 25, 2013  Student Traditional Artist
C. O. O. L. !!! I want one S. O. B A D!!!
Lunaeryn Feb 5, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Hello! I would love if you could give me some tips c:
I have read that air-dry doesn't stick, but if you bake the pony it will melt. What do you do so it doesn't melt?

Also, wich paint brands do you reccommend?
Nazegoreng Feb 5, 2013  Professional Artisan Crafter
Hi there :). I personally don't use airdry clay. I find it breaks apart too easily and is not very smooth. I use super sculpey clay. It is difficult to stop melting, but you do learn to reduce the risk of it. Bake at a low temp for no longer than 15 mins at a time. Don't touch the pony while it is cooling or the clay can snap. And check the pony while it is cooking every few minutes or so to stop it breaking. I use altier interactive acrylic paints. Really good quality stuff.
sailor-vocaloid-pony Jan 31, 2013  Hobbyist Artist
awesome! i wanted to do stuff like this too, but my clay is air dry and my sis said it doesnt stick on ANYTHING. btw it cracs :| any tips?
Nazegoreng Jan 31, 2013  Professional Artisan Crafter
My tip would be to invest in some good clay :). Air dry doesn't stick, and it cracks/crumbles too easily. Also it doesn't have a very smooth texture.
Add a Comment: