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Cadence Foalsitter Custom by CadmiumCrab Cadence Foalsitter Custom by CadmiumCrab
So here's Cadence, and I need to say I was unaware of how needlessly complicated her cutie mark is when I started this one. I hope I did a passable job on that one :P

She's made of a pegasus bait with an added super sculpey horn. She's painted with acrylics and sealed with matte spray. Her hair is done with colored sculpey and sealed with sculpey matte glaze (which looks inexplicably shiny here).

Cadence is available, $35, drop a note!
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:iconironbatmaiden91:
Are there any other tools I need to know what to use when making my own?

Can you show me a link to sites where you bought the materials?
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:iconelement0flaughter:
So gorgeous. What are your methods of payment?
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ScarleyKwinn Sep 22, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
The mane looks fantastic.
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:iconcadmiumcrab:
CadmiumCrab Sep 22, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Thanks! That ponytail presented a bit of a challenge, but I'm pretty happy with how it turned out.
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YunoBlackHazama Sep 19, 2012  Hobbyist Artist
How you did it??!!!
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CadmiumCrab Sep 19, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
I removed the hair, added a horn with Sculpey, did a full repaint with acrylics, and did the hair with colored Sculpey. You can bake the PVC ponies at the temperature used to cure sculpey.
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:iconironbatmaiden91:
What temperature is that (in Fahrenheit)?
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CadmiumCrab Apr 10, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
It's baked at 175 for about 20 minutes. I got my tools at Michaels in the polymer clay area in a basic beginner set which included a needle tool and two plastic tools. If you're looking for some more variety, you can get a set of dental tools from Amazon for $10-15.
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:iconironbatmaiden91:
Thanks! And based on your picture, you use uncolored clay?
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CadmiumCrab Apr 10, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
For my custom toys, I usually don't paint manes and just use the colored clay. The only exceptions to this are Zecora and Thunderlane.
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