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My Little Pony-dragons: Princess Luna by HowManyDragons My Little Pony-dragons: Princess Luna by HowManyDragons
Princess Luna is another one of my favorite characters, and I've been wanting to sculpt her for quite some time. Here she is, arm upraised, using her TRADITIONAL ROYAL CANTERLOT VOICE. :giggle:

I had the idea of using translucent clay for the edges of her mane and tail, but I didn't realize the translucent becomes very nearly transparent when rolled out so thin! So the translucent bits were supposed to be tinted blue, but it's pretty much impossible to tell... Also, I wasn't sure how to go about making her 'shoes'. I ended up painting them on with pearly mica powder, but it's not really the right effect. I probably should have added them as another layer of clay - easier said than done, since dragons have little claws to worry about! I'll definitely have to try making another Luna sometime, because I am certain that I can do a better job the next time around. :]

Princess Luna has been sold.

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Wandering-Heartbeat Aug 23, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
Luna, my beautiful princess
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sonic8281 Jul 26, 2013  Hobbyist
Luna's hair looks nice.
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:iconsassygirl1001:
Whoa, the wings are perfect!
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:iconhowmanydragons:
Glad you like them! :)
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Dragongirl272 Jun 15, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
is this sculpey?
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:iconhowmanydragons:
Premo, actually. It's made by the same company, but it's a higher quality clay - much less brittle.
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fatalerror328 Jun 15, 2013  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
oooh! nice one!
what did you use for translucent part?
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:iconhowmanydragons:
Premo makes a translucent clay! I usually tint it with little bits of other colors of clay, but you can also use mica pigments and alcohol inks.
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Human-pon3 Jun 14, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
This is very pretty... I love your pony dragons ^^
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