Normally I donate custom model horses to model horse live shows, but this time around I figured a small herd of Fat Pony magnets might be more fun! 🙂
I’ve made donations for Big Orange Bash (Knoxville, TN) before and I’m more than happy to keep them hock deep in magnets or models. The show is a fund raiser for the Large Animal Clinic at the University of Tennessee’s College of Veterinary Medicine and if my silly little horses can help, how can I pass that up?
I went for a full fantasy herd this time around, in homage to my past donations, and tried to get as much variation as I could into the ranks. Part of this was because I was going to use the photos in the Etsy store, so two birds (err, 11 fat ponies) with one stone!
Make: Breyer Scale: Stablemate Mold: Saddlebred (G2) Color: Blue Roan Tovero Gallery: Other Color Medium: Acrylics Status: Painted 200? and Sold 200?
This little gal was a custom order of Captain Erroneous‘s color on the Saddlebred mold. She’s owned by RayovLight Creations and can be seen on their website along with a few other G2 SB’s that might look familiar. Continue reading →
Make: Breyer Scale: Stablemate Mold: Saddlebred (G2) Color: Copper Roan Sabino Gallery: Fantasy Sabino Medium: Acrylics Status: Painted 2007 and Sold Feb 2007
I’m a little unsure if I meant her to be a sabino roan or a true roan with sabino on top, since she has the dark points of a true roan, but the bald face and sabino markings. (You have to squint to see them, but she does have belly spots as well as high whites on her hind legs.) Continue reading →
Make: Black Horse Ranch Scale: Traditional Mold: Shetland Color: Blue (Black) Roan Tobiano Gallery: Tobiano Medium: Acrylics Status: Painted 200? and Sold 200?
This little guy is the only Traditional scale model horse that I have completed to date and the only Black Horse Ranch resin to boot! I have two other BHRs in the closet, both with missing legs… so it will be a while before he has company in either category. Continue reading →
This little gal was painted sometime in the mid 2000’s, but I haven’t been able to track down her paperwork quite yet. That’s the downside of storing things in several different mediums at once!
This gal was one of my fun splatterpaint creations that came to life because of experimentation I did trying to create a gold florentine with Florentine Flip. It’s a bit time consuming, since there are actually multiple layers of diluted browns and whites but the end result is worth it.
I honestly can’t say if she was meant to be a roan and then turned into an appaloosa or if I had this color in mind when I started. Red roan leopard appaloosa are a fun color and this really makes me want to paint another! 🙂
She’s another one of those horses that I regret selling… Ah well, in theory I can always paint another one! (In practice, of course, it’s never that easy.)