This October, I had the opportunity to join Breyer Horses on their Instagram account for a livestream painting session. With all that is happening in 2020, Breyer converted their usual painting fun days held at tack stores and Breyer dealers nationwide to an online-only event, #breyervirtualfunday. I thought this was a great opportunity for everyone, everywhere, to join in on the fun from their own homes and learn new techniques too.
As crappy as 2020 has been, it has been a productive year for me on the model horse front. I managed to create and sell three customs, ready-to-paint, as a Breyerfest sales offering. I also customized three other models all the way through the painting stage. Here's hoping I can squeeze out a few more before the year is up!
This step-by-step process video shows you all the techniques I use to sculpt a muzzle on a model horse in Milliput Superfine White epoxy putty. While demonstrated in 1/32 scale, I use these same steps on larger 1/12 and 1/9 scale muzzles as well. This video condenses approximately 35 mins of sculpting in real-time. Primary tools/supplies are small clay shapers, an old paint brush, paper towels and water (see below for tool links).
The author of this blog and a model horse customizer, painter, and sculptor.
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