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Warning: Photos of Polymer Clay Lesions

I am particularly pleased with how smoothly the boils transition into the body.

My Leper Pony

Not bad for a first attempt, if I do say so myself! (I haven't tackled re-rooting a mane yet, though--I hear that's the worst job.)

 Now I have to either sell it, or convince a gallery to give me a show of "My Horrible Little Pony...

Off topic a bit, but I just got my copy of Black Dogs in the mail and I am super excited to read it! I wish I wasn't already in the middle of reading another book so that I could start immediately. The cover art looks awesome, too.

And the artist branches out into a new media......SCULPTURE!!!

I've been to a gallery showing of the floor plans from popular TV shows or movies, I think there should definitely be a Ursula gallery - with lots of things, including Vile Little Ponies. Wounds are great - and sucking chest wound is one I'd like see.

My mother came in to see what I was laughing at and I showed her leperlot.

She gave both me and the pony a blank look, like somehow it was my fault and says:

"It needs less limbs."

I almost fell off my chair I was laughing so hard.

Your mother is quite simply awesome. :D

I shall echo all the praise you have been given, but also offer a friendly word of warning: Hasbro is pretty blase about custom ponies, but at least one prominent customizer has gotten a cease and desist order for selling hers in modded boxes. I don't know how much of a problem they'd have with this one since you've also altered the official logos (which is what they had an issue with being used to promote what was no longer a Hasbro design), but it's something to keep in mind.

*nod* Gotcha. The bottom of the box states clearly that this is not a Hasbro in any way, and I pulled their logo off, but I'll keep that in mind.

You should be fine. Aikarin's the only one who's received the C&D and she didn't mod the logo at all. They might fuss (doubtful with just the one), but what you did almost certainly falls under parody.

this is too wonderful for words.

Ow... My childhood...:(

did you bake the wounds separately or did you bake the whole pony? or is some kind of polymer clay that does not require baking?

The whole pony was baked. As long as you remove the hoof magnet, a pony can stand an oven on 200 degrees quite handily.

What really cracks me up is that Leperlot still has that goofy MLP expression on her face. She's a happy little leper.

I love that MLP modification has become a sort of cult art b/c I'm a big fan of both MLP and the macabre.

Good work. Your attention to detail is great.