Want to have an amazing project day?
Do you have super cool ideas for your own my little big brother boy pony character?
If you do, then this brother pony is for you! You can use your acrylic paints, RIT Dyemore Dyes and re-hair tools to change his colors, give him cool hair, add a symbol on both sides, and more. He's completely blank and totally up to you for design ideas, so let your imagination run wild with magic.
He is semi-soft hollow plastic with wonderful silver glitter everywhere that is embedded inside the plastic. You can turn his head, and it is easy to remove for customization. You can add hair, a symbol on both sides, change his eye color, & so much more when you use your acrylic paints & your re-hair tools. His plastic is semi-soft, meaning you won't have to work hard with your T-Pins for adding hair to give him a lovely fantasy brushable mane. There IS a textured mane-guide on the back of his neck so you can easily go in a straight line. You will have to punch in the round plug for the tail hole. This keeps out dye water while you dip him, but must be punched out to add the tail. It's easy to do with a blunt screw driver.
Hair is not included. What style & colors should he have? Choose your favorite color, or give him a full rainbow of colors. You can match him to any designs you see online, or do something totally new, it's up to you. Could he be an older brother of a favorite pony already in your collection, or would he look best as a new daddy in a favorite family? Or maybe he's a sparkling prince from the castle. When you apply some imagination, he could be any number of cool characters or roles in your collection, or even as a gift.
He is classic sized and nostalgic. This is a good, big toy that fits nicely in hand. Since he's a big bro, he's taller than other HQG1C ponies.
5.25 inches high
5 inches long
2 inches wide
The toy in the photos is the one you will receive.
Who could he be for you, when you add your own artistic touch?
Care of your fantasy pony toy:
You can drop him, he won't break.
Pony is meant to be dyed with synthetic-materials-friendly dyes like RIT Dyemore brand and IDyePoly. You can boil him in these dyes to change the color permanently
Pony is meant to be able to be painted on with acrylic paints
Pony can be spray-sealed over the acrylic or glitter or dye
Pony can be glued-onto, glitter glue applied, and puffy paint will stick to him
Modpodge works on this pony
When adding hair, be sure to use only thick, 'toothpaste-consistency' glues to avoid glue seeping
If you choose to dye him:
Keep away from all heat or steam or condensation
You must never put pony in boiling water (AFTER the initial dye work is complete)
Don't leave Pony a very long time in bright, direct sunlight (as with most synthetic/plastic things he does have the ability to fade)
Don't heat him up in the oven
Don't store him in a hot, damp environment
Don't compress/press her or squash him for extended periods of time (Ex. at the bottom of a heavy pile)
Don't dip him in acetone it can affect the dye and also any paint applied
Don't squash him in between other pony toys, modern OR classic
Don't soak him for extended periods of time in anything.
This is a custom item meant for a collector, it's not good for small children or babies.