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I have been opening up to the idea of attempting to bring a tulpa into my life. Now, I don't find visualization a problem I have always been rather adept in that department but, I find myself somewhat bewildered with even trying to begin with the visual formation of a pony tulpa. Not in a sense of anatomy but, in how to actually depict it. I suppose what I really want to know from those of you with pony tulpae is do you see something along the lines of a 3d model of a pony or an actual little pastel horse? The more I think about it the latter seems rather unlikely but, I am still curious.

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This was once a question I brought upon myself as well when I first began this journey with my tulpa. I visualized her as an animated pony in the end since it felt more natural than forcing a 3D representation. Although it was her choice in the end; she is still the colorful little companion that I met in the beginning. Although we are barely toughing on imposition, it's not that hard to visualize her in the world around me (even though I can't really see a physical form just yet, but that will take some time), but that's just me.

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I'll be honest, mine is actually the pastel version. How I go about this is to imagine a mirror, and seeing myself into it, then imaging my tulpa standing by my side, that way I can base off the proportions. Now, when it comes to depth and figure, I normally imagine it something 'cell-shaded', like this:

 

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Definitely helps with things like turning around or more complex/angled motion.


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Tulpa: Vinyl

Stage: A bit of everything, primarily right now imposition.

Appearance: Pony (originally styled similar to the MLPFiM art style, but lately has been shifting to a more anime-ish appearance)

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Try looking at real horses (even though MLP mares look nothing like real horses). How their coat appears, how they move, how their ears and hindquarters look, etc. This might help a little.

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