I've never seen a toy with so much character. If it had no hat, cutie mark, her hair was like the girl from Leon The Professional, and was grayscale, it would still very obviously be Applejack. It's rare to see so much life in any sculpture. Really well done.
Exemplary work - so detailed, even down to the woodgrain and apple-shine! If I hadn't seen the WIP, I might suspect you had a secret tiny orchard somewhere. This is one of my favorite depictions of AJ. Ever.
Now I just want to buy some apples! The only thing that looks strange is the shape of the snout and, like Cheese-Muffin pointed out, the left leg attachment looks a tiny bit rough, compared to your precision work. But! It's the best Applejack I've ever seen! And that cart (with magnets!) is unquestionably awesome, both for sculpting and painting!
Wow...just wow. As I'm noticing more and more, things like the cart or the base can really make a figurine. AJ here is no exception. The cart and apples are stunningly realistic, and I'm attempted to accuse you of carving it out of wood! Though I'm not too keen on her face shape (honestly, I can't really offer constructive criticism there as I can't figure out why I dislike it, even looking at the Spin pictures), and the attachment of her lifted leg looks sloppy, this is overall an amazing job.
Thanks for the feed back. You are right, there are still a few rough spots here and there on the body and her face is a little off. These are things that i'm getting better at but the face is always the hardest part for me.