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Live From the Workbench 04-29-12

Live From the Workbench

Live From the Workbench 04-29-12

Nothing like an off-the-cuff update to help catch things up to speed! (Plus I’ve got some custom orders rolling in soon, so I need to get back in the habit or posting updates. 😉 )

As you can see from the workbench, I’m still a bit behind on the four horses I hoped to get to Etsy this weekend. Since hope springs eternal, I’m not giving up quite yet… (more…)

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Make: Breyer
Scale: Mini Whinnies
Mold: Big Lick Tennessee Walking Horse Stallion
Color: Bay
Gallery: Bay
Medium: Liquitex Artist Color Acrylics (Gesso, Neutral Gray, Brunt Umber, Burnt Sienna, Ivory Black), Sargent Art Earthtone Chalk Pastels
Status: Painted 2010 and For Sale

This little guy has been hanging out at the back of my shelf for well over a year now. He was the first horse I painted when I started to get back into the hobby in 2010 and my very first stab at a realistic Mini Whinnie! (more…)

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Time For a Little Sunshine

I took this past weekend off, at least in terms of setting any specific goals beyond having fun.

Friday night I wiped down the whiteboard, hid my calendar (after making sure I had no commitments), and turned off the alarm clock. The dogs would wake me up early enough and I’d decide what to do from there…

It’s been something I’ve been meaning to do for a while, ever since I read Karen of Alabama Empty Nester‘s small parable in her comment on Rachelle Gardner’s Friday post. (more…)

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