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Trade - Effie OC Custom by Nazegoreng Trade - Effie OC Custom by Nazegoreng
:icontradesonhold: :iconcommissionsclosed: - See page & journal for details
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For my trade with :iconshamblezz:

of her absolutely gorgeous OC.

Effie OC Custom



:bulletyellow: Effie was made from a Shining Armour base. She was sculpted in super sculpey and painted in high quality acrylics, sealed with mod podge.

:bulletyellow: This OC was so much fun to make. She is just a gorgeous design, I love every bit of her!

:bulletyellow: The gradients in her hair were a fun thing to do. I hope I captured her as best as possible. I also added some pearlescent paint into her blacks, to give them the appearance of shiny makeup and nailpolish, as I imagine any fashionable hipster pony would wear.

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I hope you love her :iconshamblezz:. I can't wait to see how your half of the trade turns out. It was a pleasure making her for you.
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Please comment/fav. It means allot to me.
Exo is for a trade and is not for sale.

Effie is copyright :iconshamblezz:
&
My Little Pony is copyright Hasbro.
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:star: Watch me or check out my journal to see WIPs of this and other current projects.

:star: Check out :iconshamblezz:'s gallery for amazing plushes.
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:iconsatoshimac:
oh see. thanks. ;)
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:iconsatoshimac:

do you have to bake the sculply clay?

and if you have do you do it without melting the pony.

i'm so stumped, I've been trying to do mine for a year now. X(

 

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Nazegoreng Aug 19, 2013  Professional Artisan Crafter
Yes you do, and I know it can be difficult to not melt the pony. I bake them at a very low temperature (120 deg C) and for no longer than 20 minutes at a time. Any longer and the pony can severely melt. I also check the pony every few minutes while baking, as melting can still occur. 
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Chesiire-Strawberii May 21, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
You make them for points? Or Just for fun?
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Nazegoreng May 21, 2013  Professional Artisan Crafter
I make them to sell :). They are fun to make though.
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Chesiire-Strawberii May 21, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
cool!
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:iconihmislehma:
Well, you got to test those gradients out :D

Subtle coloring can actually be so much harder than dramatic/drastic one. I have a BJD doll (if you don't know what they look like, just type "bjd" in to Deviantarts search, you'll find plenty) and I've tried to make his face-up myself. HARD.
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Nazegoreng Jan 21, 2013  Professional Artisan Crafter
Face painting would be so difficult. I've seen some doll repaints and the painting just blows me away.
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:iconihmislehma:
I know! I have made a couple of attempts myself, but the lips always messed up. I always painted them either too light or too striking, and it's just SO hard! And NOW I went and bought this doll's head and have to face-up it too, and will buy this awesome deer-centaur girl and everything... When will I learn?
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TripleRainbowDash Jan 18, 2013  Student Artisan Crafter
Those gradients are fantastic! Awesome job! :)
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