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Luna and Celestia: Two Best Sisters play Portal 2 by PrototypeSpaceMonkey Luna and Celestia: Two Best Sisters play Portal 2 by PrototypeSpaceMonkey
Aaaaaaand, it's sold!

Based on the epic "Two Best Sisters play Portal 2" by 2snacks, completely without his knowledge or consent! Yay! ...ooooh. Right. Sorry 'bout that.
Here's the link: [link]

So! There it is! Finally! My first attempt at resin casting something pony! I've been working on and off (though mostly off) on this thing for months now, and I can say it's been educational. For instance I've learned that:
1) If you're gonna try casting, decide so beforehand! Don't make a clay model on a whim, and then decide: "Hey, wouldn't it be cool if I could cast this in resin?"
2) Alicorns are hard to make! They've got all horns and wings and tiaras and wavy manes and stuff. Yikes. Not good practise for a relative noob like me.
3) I may have some kind of OCD. At one point you just have to say: "Ok, that's it, good enough is good enough."
4) I'm a modeler, not an artist. A lifetime of reproducing tiny air- and spacecraft as accurately as possible have left me somewhat... artistically challenged. I'll have to work on that. Less Twilight, moar Rarity, so to speak.

Anyway, down to specs: It's cast from polyurethane resin in a series of silicone molds that I made from a clay master. I wasn't really planning that at first. I started on a whim, without any real kind of plan, but as the clay models got more and more elaborate the idea of making silicone molds seemed super awesome. So in the end, I ended up cutting the clay master to pieces again when I finished, and made molds for the seperate parts. Put the finished parts together with glue, filler, then sanded and sprayed with primer.
Sprayed Celestia with acrylic, Luna with model paint. Did Celestia's hair by hand. Painted the sofa with a course brush, painting several layers cross-wise to give it a textile look. Ended up pretty good. Basically, this whole thing was one big experiment, but I think it was a successful one.
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nyanpheonix101 Featured By Owner Nov 20, 2014
I love those videos!!! You just made my day!!!:D
Itachi Featured By Owner Oct 14, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I love your diorama! BSBFF as in Best Sisters Best Friends Forever!
88angelfox Featured By Owner Oct 12, 2014
Iron-Confederate Featured By Owner Sep 30, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
That's an epic amount of detail!
DayDreamer975 Featured By Owner Aug 12, 2014  Student Digital Artist
Im sorry to advertise but plz see my art on my channel
denton13 Featured By Owner Aug 4, 2014
Wow, very nice. It's sold? how much?)
ciaranbenson Featured By Owner Edited Aug 3, 2014
PLEASE talk to the folks at the place with the thing about making this available commercially!  I am throwing my bits at the monitor AS HARD AS I CAN RIGHT NOW
BMLulu Featured By Owner May 21, 2014  Student Traditional Artist
Looks just as good, if not better, than the official figures.
Essieh Featured By Owner May 12, 2014
This is perfect in so may ways I cant even <3
ioncorupterx Featured By Owner May 1, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Do you use clay or some other thing? These look so fantastic they look professionally made! The material looks like action figure plastic or something                          am I forgetting something? oh yeh, happy face ^_^
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