Nothing says crazy like painting horses a little over an inch tall! … Or removing seams and carving ears when working with soft plastic.
This is one of my favorite molds from the Mini Whinnies that I’ve worked with so far. It’s stable, the legs don’t seem to warp as much, and it’s an easy mold to seam prep. That and it looks handsome in fantasy colors, which is more or less my watermark for good molds nowadays.
I started out planning on making a faux-Gold Charm, but ended up just copying a palomino in metallics. I think he turned out rather hansomely for his size, although the zoomed in photos really bring out the flaws. *mutter*
This litte guy was painted as a raffle donation to the Hampton Roads Classic Live Show. I did a whole handful of minis as donations as well as a custom slot that I’m not sure I ever got a photo of (a light grey on one of the saddlebred molds).
Scale: Mini Whinnies
Mold: Show Pose Saddlebred Stallion
Color: Gold and Silver (Faux-Palomino)
Gallery: Solid Colors
Status: Painted 200? and Donated 200?