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Toothiana Re-paint by Mayvi Toothiana Re-paint by Mayvi
BEFORE/ORIGINAL :[link]
I do not own the image linked above. Seriously, click and take a look at it.

So one of the gifts i got for christmas was some of the Rise of the Guardians McDonalds toys from a friend of mine. I got Bunnymund,Toothiana, the snowglobe, and the elf.
She couldn't get Jack or Sandy >.<

But anyways when i got her i thought "what a fugly paint job...I should re-paint her". So that was on my mind for a while...
So i re-painted her last night :)
Hope she looks okay. Her face is a bit strange but that was the hardest part to do. The rest was easy and quite enjoyable.

She's such a beautiful character. I hope i did her justice.
I think she came out quite nice! Much better than before. Seriously, take a look at the link.

As for her wings, i am keeping them as is because the paint that i was working with wasn't adhering to them.

So what do you guys think :)?

Media used: Acrylics,Watercolours, Copic Multiliners 0.1-0.3

Comment and tell me what you think :)? I would really appreciate it.
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IsabellaFaleno Featured By Owner Sep 2, 2014  Student Traditional Artist
I got this Tooth and Jack toys from a friend too and I will also re-paint them so they look as good as this. 
You made this look perfect. 
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CupcakeQueen2423 Featured By Owner Jan 25, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
So, i searched up the tooth fairy toy on google of what it looked like before you re-painted her, and i thought you did an amazing job!Cupcake 
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:iconmayvi:
Mayvi Featured By Owner Jan 26, 2014  Student Traditional Artist
Well thank you~
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:iconrilguia:
Rilguia Featured By Owner Jun 22, 2013  Student General Artist
W-wow...O.O you made an amazing work with the
re-paint...OvO congrats!! :clap:
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:iconmayvi:
Mayvi Featured By Owner Jun 23, 2013  Student Traditional Artist
Thank you :)
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:iconrilguia:
Rilguia Featured By Owner Jun 23, 2013  Student General Artist
No problem!! >v<
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Konekochan52 Featured By Owner Feb 4, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
awesome! it looks more like her than the before/original!
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:iconmayvi:
Mayvi Featured By Owner Feb 5, 2013  Student Traditional Artist
Thanks so much! Glad you think she's purdy.
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Konekochan52 Featured By Owner Feb 5, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
your welcome!
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Stealthos-Aurion Featured By Owner Jan 27, 2013
I'm impressed at how you transformed a simple McDonald's toy in this manner! You can barely recognize the base, and that's a good thing. I like how you added a lot more detail without going overboard and she looks so much prettier than the original toy. Excellent work!

Also, throwing out an idea for your consideration: For fairy wings, a popular material to use is cellophane for that translucent, "stained glass" look. You may be able to apply and heat it over the existing wings but they would still look rather opaque. If you are feeing adventurous, you could build a new set of fairy wings using wire for the frame. There are a number of good tutorials for making fairy wings for dolls that can be found on Google. Anyway, cellophane is pretty easy to find at most craft stores near gift basket supplies if you are interested in giving this a go.
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