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Finally finished this one off.  Colors just would not work the way I wanted them to.  I am still not entirely satisfied but I am okay with how things came out.  There is a lot more detail and fiddly points in this than the original ponies

 

They are still cute though.  C&C always welcome

 

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I'm not really the Pink Pony type, BUT there is something undeniably COOL about your creation. It is BEAUTIFULLY WELL DONE!

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