I know, two of them are not new. And to be onest, i brought them to the end weeks ago. I don't know why i never take photos of them till now.
The known two miniatures have some changes. First, the arms of Dinky doo in the center. They are now in the right length. Former, they reached her knees. And i noticed that not till i uploaded the pictures. So i cut them a bit and she has now some bracelets like the original miniature.
The aggresive Pony on the right has a new haircut after some experience with the mane of the left one. They become more fluffy by using plastic cotton in the center.
Why the name Protectors
Simple, 'cause that's they can do best. Those stone Ponys are not the biggest one in the tabletop arsenal of this fraction. But if it comes to de defense, they are one of the best. And Dinky is not a fighter, shes a supporter. Staying close to a living shield made of stone is not a bad idea for her.
Nearly everything exept the bases and some Bits of Dinky doo are made of Pro Create epoxyde resin. You can file this afte hardening.
In the end, those three are no Figures. They are pawns in a tabletop game.
the concept art.[link]
old Dinky Doo -> Druid Wilder[link]
Trixie, still in progress.[link]
Rarity -> Proxy for everything[link]
Bon Bon -> Stone Keeper
Twinkleshine -> Sculpting failure, back to the drawing table
Candy Mane -> Sculpting in progress
My little Pony belongs to Hasbro
Hordes and the Circle Orboros belongs to Privateer Press. [link]