It's a common question...do you need to remove the original factory paint on a model horse before customizing it? Find out the answer in today's Thursday Tip,
One of my frequent questions is how do I sculpt such freaking tiny ears? Well now I have two tutorial videos that document my complete process so that you too can create ears for Breyer Stablemates and similar small horses.
My first ever tobiano (and one of my first ever customs) placed next to my latest, and a perfect illustration of why you stick to your passions. If you've ever felt like your work will never amount to those created by the big name artists, then you need to read this.
It's actually a really big deal to sign and date your model horse customs. Find out why in today's tip video.
Finger grease can have long term, negative effects on model horse customs. To preserve your work for years to come, this tip talks about the importance of wearing gloves while painting your models.
If you have ever wanted to create a dynamic black horse with rich blue and brown tones that shimmer in the light, this tutorial is for you! I'll walk you through the color stages and recipes to paint your very own, stunning black model horse.
These past couple months have been crazy as I try to crank out a bunch of model horse tutorials before my upcoming summer projects hit me (looking at you, MEPSA champ book). But that's not the only thing I've been working on.
It's the hallmark of a winning custom or of a realistic model horse...smooth seams. Learn how to remove them in this super short tips video.
It's a best kept secret for easier pintos, appaloosas and planning white markings...the white charcoal pencil. Softer than a regular pencil, this pencil is especially great because it's easy to remove. Learn how I apply it and the fine detail you can get with it in this short and sweet video.
I've decided to start a series of videos with super short tips for customizing. Since they are running from May to June, this is season one! Which also means that if the views and comments are good, you can expect season two in the late summer/early fall. So if you like them, check it out, comment, and subscribe to my YouTube channel if you want to see season two.
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