If only the toys actually looked that nice.
They're called the Hair 6.
They're special. Especially Pinkie Pie.
I'm still going to call them Inky and Blinky. Just like how I still use Brad.
I read this. It does seem relevant, and it doesn't take any sides. It does show that there is a problem with IP theft, copyright, and whatnot.
Just because something is illegal, does not mean it's wrong. IP theft is really hard to determine. Faust made the original designs for MLP:FiM, but she has no say in this at all. Also, the 3D printing was really cool because it wasn't just cheap plastic, it was sandstone.
You don't know what you got 'til it's gone.
And you wouldn't otherwise?
What property did they take? The designs for My Little Pony? Again, he made the models from scratch. It's also unfair to argue that Hasbro owns the intellectual property, because Faust made the original designs, but she has no say in any of this.