Welcome to the most disappointing My Little Pony customs gallery on the internet! I'm afraid that I am lacking in the talent department when it comes to painting and whatnot, but it's still fun. I am not very good at making customs so I haven't made very many. I have a few ponies that are waiting to have symbols painted on them and I have a few ideas for customs that I will work on in the future. These are the ponies that I have completed so far. Please promise that you won't laugh! ::winks::
Awwwww....aren't they cute together? I like the idea of making parent ponies for the baby ponies and vice versa. Mommy Tiddley Winks was made from a marked up Sundance. I left her original hair in and painted her pink with acrylic paint. Then, I drew her symbol on with gel pens (might not have been the best utensil to use, but it worked). Now Baby Tiddley Winks is no longer an orphan!
This is actually my favorite custom so far. She is a Twice-as-Fancy Christmas pony by the name of Holly (very original). I'll bet you can guess who I made her from. Poor Gusty was so discolored and glitterless that she needed a new life. I left her hair (you'll find that I do that a lot) and painted her metallic red with acrylic paints. Then I very carefully drew on her symbols with a pencil and then painted them in. Pretty basic. Now she joins Merry Treat and Baby Stockings during the Christmas season.
Rainflower was actually the first custom pony that I made. Rainflower was the name that I gave Forget-Me-Not before I found out what her real name was. I loved the name so much that I wanted to create a pony that would reflect it. She was made from a Princess Tiffany who was missing the blue jeweled part of her symbol. The silver part kept popping out. Once I got an upgraded Princess, I wanted to help out the my original. First, I removed the glitter from her hair and took her symbol out. I cut out the excess plastic iside her symbol. Then, I used kool-aid to dye segments of her hair...I wouldn't bother with this method again because it took a while and was daunting but it worked out. Then, I painted her body purple and added blue raindrops around the hole where her symbol was. Then I stuck fake pink and white flowers into the hole and voila! Rainflower was born!