Category Archives: Custom Model Horses

These are posts regarding the finished (or in-progress) customized model horses.

Portrait Horse: Queen Esther

By | January 2, 2017

I’ve found it endlessly fascinating that I very rarely do work on Classic or larger scale models, but I have zero qualms about taking custom commissions at those scales. For some reason the amount of work seems so much larger when I’m not doing it for someone else! 😉 This little gal was a lot… Read More »

Evangelina

By | October 6, 2016

This little gal has been a looooong time in the making! Evangelina was a custom order that I started back in March but one thing led to another and I didn’t get her finished until September. From her teeny tiny spots to her striped hooves, this little gal took a lot of cross-eyed nights to… Read More »

Partial Eclipse

By | March 24, 2016

This little gal has been hanging out in my body box for a loooong time… Every so often I will buy bulk lots of stablemates off of eBay and that’s where this little gal came from. Eclipse was half-painted and prepped with what I think was automotive primer. Other (saner) folks might have let her go… Read More »

How to Prep a Breyer Mini Whinnie

By | March 22, 2016

There’s nothing quite as much fun as opening a Breyer Mini Whinnie Surprise blind bag and seeing what pops out! Well, okay, I fib– most of the fun is finding out which unsuspecting body I get to paint. Mwahahaha! 😉 But preparing a Mini for paint isn’t the same as prepping a Stablemate (or larger scale). These… Read More »

Jane of Aces

By | March 13, 2016

She might be a simple brown horse, but this little gal is no Plain Jane. As a filly she always dreamed of flying and if you give her a pasture to run in and she’ll show you her dog fighting moves! This little gal is named after the flying aces of old, although she’s got more… Read More »