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Queen Chrysalis 360 by Dragon620026 Queen Chrysalis 360 by Dragon620026
Queen Chrysalis has been SOLD!

Queen Chrysalis shots from all angles.
She was made from a regular pink Princess Celestia mold.

Overall the changes I made on her were:
- new hair and tail
- new horn
- her crown
- new legs
- eyelashes
- spots on her neck
- added hocks to her legs
- indentation on the base of her neck rather than it being painted on.
- wings

Wings aren't stiff. They do stand upright on their own, however wings have a sort of flutter/vibration when someone picks her up or moves her. I honestly think this is the coolest thing about her. I also gave her a tummy tuck! She does have a thinner tummy/waist than her pink Princess Celestia counterpart.

She was repainted in acrylics and sealed for protection. I'd like to thank the mlparena forum which had a lot of helpful suggestions from other people who were also making her.

Queen Chrysalis Etsy Page: [link]
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:iconscarlettrowan:
ScarlettRowan Apr 5, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Wish I'd have seen this on Etsy way back when... She would have been MINE!  Love her.  Best I've seen yet.
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:icondragon620026:
aww, thank you so much. :)
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:iconchrysalislover:
Wow! This is so awesome! :D
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:icondeadheartmare:
DeadHeartMare Aug 15, 2012  Professional General Artist
Congrats! You receive a Llama for having a Chrysalis sculpt as awesome as mine! ..just a lil sumthin' I do for sculptors who've made SICK Chrys sculpts, cuz I know from experience how DIFFICULT she is to sculpt! ^_^
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:icondragon620026:
Thank you so very much! I love yours! It's amazing!!!
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:icondeadheartmare:
DeadHeartMare Aug 19, 2012  Professional General Artist
*Teehee!* Muchos Gracias! Yup! She was quite the pain but at this point I hafta make 3 more at least! Eek! Eh, it's a livin'! ;) Keep up the awesome work!
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:iconhaseshi:
This is so so so gorgeous! do you have any tip for drilling holes in the figure?
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:icondragon620026:
Thank you!

I actually didn't drill the holes. I simply cut and molded legs. It was REALLY difficult.
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