This figurine is part of a series of miniatures for charity, and you can buy it here. All proceeds will go to the Ummu Salama school in Iringa, Tanzania.We choose to carve really small! We choose to use tiny fragments of brightly colored exotic woods! We choose to do it even when it's been a long day and our arm hurts a lot! We choose to do these things not because they are easy, but because it's time again for the Daily Mini! But first, a progress report! As of the panda, you guys have raised exactly $100 for Ummu Salama! Thanks guys, you are all awesome to the tenth power!
A very small but not particularly original mini for you today. Maybe I'll get around to doing all of the mane six at mini-Twi size, because this Pocket Pinkie measures in at less than 7/8 of an inch in total length. And that's nice because she's been worked in the most expensive wood I have in stock, a small, thin block of pink ivory that I am always loathe to violate. I'm afraid that I went for impression over elegance in a lot of places because I was running so late today, but I still think that she turned out fairly well for her size and, I was actually a bit surprised, without any real burning. Pink ivory is a bugger for getting machine-scorched. (Pardon my klatchian.)
A larger gallery is up in the usual spot
My Little Pony belongs to Hasbro.