Thursday, September 26, 2013

Flying Dust and Final Days

Finally today is the last day of school, 2 weeks holidays now, 4 weeks next term then my school life is over. Scary, kinda, everyone else seems to be freaking where I'm looking forward to it, no idea what's happening next year, where I'm going to be, what I'm going to do but I get to do my own thing with my life, completely. Give it some time I'll be missing the old life though I'd say.

But for now, I'm happy to be hiding away at home for awhile, looking forward to some alone time. Painting ponies and whatever else I may get up to.

Currently model wise, I have all but finished Robyn's Totilas. I'm super pleased with how he's turned out, he just needs his shoes done when I get to town to get some silver paint. There will be more pics coming when he's completely finished.

Loving his funky wee blaze.

And now I have restarted, for the third time, the Breyer BOTW Andalusian. Hopefully he co-operates this time round and goes the nice buckskin colour he is meant to be. Also will be working on a Smittyn resin to a seal bay and slightly resculpted SM G3 WB. All these are trade pieces and I can't wait to get them done and back to their owner's, that's one of the things I love about commissions is when the horse arrives home hearing from the owner that they're happy and the fact they have a wee piece of me, my time and effort, in their collection displayed on their shelves. There is a neat wee quote that was posted the other day, I love it because of how extremely relevent it is to the hobby and every artist in general. It's given me a new look on the whole buying and selling customs and resins, even OF horses is a part of this with the initial sculpting.

Reposted from Meadowview Artistry

1 comment:

TiMe said...

Wow, that warmblood is beautiful! And that blaze is so cool!