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My Little Ultramarine by Z113 My Little Ultramarine by Z113
Warhammer 40k Ultramarine pony. The tail is painted to show that it is a chapter Veteran.

My Little Pony, Friendship is Magic Blind Bag EU Wave 5 (Twilight Sparkle model) is the base of this one. It is wearing original Warhammer Space Marine shoulders and chest. The sword was pilferedfrommy Khorne 'zerker bitz box and painted to fit this smurfy one

This model is just under 5cm/2inches tall (hoof to head) and was bought and put on display by my local gaming store (Dragons Lair, Aalborg). ... is it okay for me to giggle madly over the fact?

*update*
The odd holes in the helmet were due to some unfortunate air bubbles. Back then I had no idea how to fix it. I know what can be done now, but the model has been sent off to England and I can't do a thing to fix it now I'm afraid.




If you like this one, go check out the rest of my ponies. Who knows. Perhaps you'll find something you really like.

And as always feel free to leave questions, comments, praise, criticism and bacon below.
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My Little Pony İHasbro
Warhammer 40.000 İGames Workshop
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Athos01 Featured By Owner Dec 19, 2013
Was the hardest thing about this the shoulder pads?
When your doing a 2d version of this you can kind of get away with the bulky shoulder pads on a pony, I imagine a 3d version must have caused some problems.
Although they do look like they fit quite comfortably.
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Z113 Featured By Owner Dec 19, 2013  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
The shoulders had to be filled with a slow drying thick glue in order to give them a way to bind onto the ponies... the figures shoulders are barely there to begin with, so getting the shoulders to be positionned just right was quite a challenge, and a learning experience:)
The first few ponies I made, only the ordinary contact surface was glued... which is... not a lot
SO yes, the shoulders were the hardest part, the helmet slightly less so, as it is just a regular ol' sculpting job
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