Underhill Playboy

By | February 21, 2013
Underhill Playboy - Left

Underhill Playboy

Galloping out of the fairy lands, this handsome steed is looking for someone to raise some mischief with!

Underhill is a Breyer Stablemate Warmblood (G3) painted a shiny metallic green tobiano with sharp black points, star and snip, realistic eyes, and a coat of chrome to light his way through the dark. While he might fight a little with the camera (as you can tell from the photos), he looks good no matter what shade of green he comes out.

But don’t let his tricks with the camera fool you, this little guy is all Seelie Court at heart, and his pranks are harmless fun!

Two to Tango

Two to Tango

Playboy has had his seams and logo removed, but not other changes have been made to the mold. I’m actually pretty fond of this G3, I have an urge to start a proper conga line… Nocte Rex might have headed off to a new home, but at least Newton’s Law is here to keep him company!

He is definitely Photo Show Quality (PSQ), but probably not Live Show Quality (LSQ) simple because he’s not a complex enough pattern to catch the judge’s eye.

Medium: Liquitex Artist’s Color Acrylics (Ivory Black, Gesso, Burnt Sienna, Yellow Oxide, Light Portrait Pink), FolkArt (655 Metallic Aquamarine)

Underhill Playboy - Left

Underhill Playboy - Right

Underhill Playboy - Top

Underhill Playboy - Tummy

Underhill Playboy - Back

Underhill Playboy - Front

2 thoughts on “Underhill Playboy

    1. Martha Bechtel Post author

      I’m still getting used to taking multiple views– my old horses all I ever took was a right and left. But now I look back on those albums and wish I’d had a few more photos… gotta love digital cameras! 🙂
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