December was the month I tried to make my new studio more "me" with creative solutions to organization. I also started oil painting!
I hope everyone is staying safe. I am so thankful that not only am I still making model horse customs, but that I had some accomplishments to celebrate this year as well. Thank you to everyone who helped me reach milestones in this hobby, help with content, drop comments, and offer words of encouragement this year. You all are THE BEST!
In this short tutorial video, I explain what color primers are and how to use different colors to speed up your model horse painting process and how to make it easier to paint, white, bay, palomino and other horse colors.
My tips and tricks to put your reference TO WORK and make model horse customizing a little easier.
I thought 2020 would be "my year" for model horse live showing. Well, joke's on me, lol. But what I didn't foresee was the huge amount of photo shows that would pop up during COVID isolation, and today's post + video is a highlight of how my horses did this year.
This short sculpting tutorial shows you a quick and easy way to create realistic chestnuts, those little knobby bits of growth on horse's leg that lends extra realism to your model horses.
A short tutorial on how to sculpt smooth manes and tails from epoxy putty without globulars or rough texture.
The author of this blog and a model horse customizer, painter, and sculptor.
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