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Wonderbolt Rainbow Dash by NoDivision Wonderbolt Rainbow Dash by NoDivision
I finally got my hands on some of the "blind bag" ponies today and got straight to work on my first custom.

Not much to say about her, except it was a heck of an experience. This pony didn't start out as a Rainbow Dash, so everything is painted. I feel like she looks way better in person - the camera really picks up all the seams in the plastic XD

Edit: She's on ebay! [link]
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MalloryLove Jun 20, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
What did you use for the lenses of her goggles? It looks great!
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Nsomniotic Dec 30, 2011  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
I really love your customs! I would recommend getting a gloss finish though, the customs with the finish typically sell for more. Also, my friend has bought several and they just overall seem to look nicer in comparison to his that don't have a finish. Good luck on your future ones! :)
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The pony is finished, she's finished with a matte sealant. I've been making customs ponies for several years now, I know what I'm doing. Also, seeing as this pony sold for almost $200, I don't think I need to change the way I'm doing anything.
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Nsomniotic Feb 4, 2012  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
I'm really sorry - I definitely didn't mean to imply it didn't look good or to insult you. I honestly do love it. I've just heard that from a ton of people - complaints about not having a glossy finish because the paint chips. (Working with the glossy finish personally I've been noticing that it actually magnifies imperfections though - very annoying.) I'll definitely bow to your knowledge on this - I've had difficulty choosing a good finish and didn't even think of a matte sealant. If you have that much experience I'd definitely appreciate your input on my own - they definitely need improvement. Anyway - I hope you'll accept my apology if I offended you - definitely not my intention.
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MrsEmbers Sep 8, 2011  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Incredible. So tiny and perfect.
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McSaib0t Sep 4, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
I really wish I was talented like you JUST to make show accurate ponies ;_;
She looks awesome...
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