Finished two projects: Sparkling Lemonade and Memento .
Below is a March commissioned project:
Birds of a Feather is almost complete. She just needs a Macaw Feather to denote her magnet hoof. This will be on the non-display side. ^_^
The other projects (April commissions) are also progressing nicely. ^_^
Banana Rama poses in front of my knitting project. ^_^ Her eyes were difficult to paint, but I'm happy with how they turned out. The banana symbol will need a few more layers of paint. I'm going to paint a faint tan colored shadow around it, to increase visibility. Her hair is going to be yellow and emerald green kanekalon in stripes. That's Quinny on the right side. I just prepped her eyes for a partial re-paint. The pupils are going to get little snowflakes. ^_^
[not pictured]Still waiting on parts for Flanker, the Big Brother Pony. Other things in the works: Midsummer 2006 Contest, pony clippings tutorial (how to recycle mane hair).
I'll be really busy with work this upcoming week, not to mention my new belly dancing class! ^_^ I also have plans the following weekend, so no pony updates then. Awwww...
Thanks for the comments. ^_^ I don't mind the questions...I like using foam curlers (it's the safest way to go). With the Kanekalon, it has to be carefully straightened with a curling iron first. There is a fine line between getting the hair straight and melting it. I usually try to get the manes about the same thickness as a regular Hasbro pony's. These manes ended up a little thicker than usual. If it's too thick, the mane won't sit flat.