Here is my newly completed version of Gunner Yuna from FFX-2. This was for a trade on the mlparena with KCherry. This girl took a long time to do. I had some life bumps along the way and I just wasn't motivated unfortunately. There were elements that just took a long time to do like the hair.
I started with the boots, sculpting the base of each boot without the bottom or the tongue. I added those later after things had cured. I then added the armbands. Her jeans were also sculpted and I used something similar to the faux jean stamping technique only I used paint and a makeup sponge to get the effect. I think it turned out quite well. I painted the pink lace to get it the right color and added the white on top. I didn't have enough space to add the gold cord, but did managed to sculpt her shirt on. The symbol on her chest was done with liquid sculpy then painted black. I created the rat's tail out of part of a coat hanger with ribbon woven around it. I sealed that with glue so it wouldn't come unraveled when I went to cut it to size. Her hair is individual coils of apoxie sculpt rolled out and placed on the head. It took me a long time to get the hair the shaped that I wanted it. It was a total pain to paint too. Her hoody was a bit of a pain to sculpt as well, just the shape of it. I added texture to that with the collar of a shit I have oddly enough. I made the skirt out of some plain white cloth dyed and lace added. I put all the layers together with Paper Studio double sided adhesive. I love that stuff! I don't think I will ever attempt to sew pony clothes again. The bag was sculpted and the belt is real leather painted to match the bag. The beads I tried to get as close to the character as possible. I used the first picture here to draw out the eyes. The shading was more or less me messing around trying to get it to look the way I wanted.
This pony was a tough one just because of the complexity. I was originally going to sculpt everything, but I realized trying to sculpt lace would have been pretty impossible and I wanted to do the skirt out of sculpy originally but the ruffled shape wasn't going to work. I liked how I used both sculpted elements and cloth/lace elements on this pony.