I caught this little gal frolicking among the blues and greens before she settled down to an aquamarine. Some unicorns thrive in the forests, but this little gal is all about the sea!
This seaside little Fat Unicorn is painted a solid white with blue eyes, lightly pinked nose and ears, aquamarine mane and tail, and champagne gold horn and hooves.
She was part of the mostly-traditional unicorn explosion that I painted in September of 2019 for that year’s UCP craft fair. I was having a blast of a time coming up with all the colors a unicorn could be (as well as a bunch of more traditional white).
You can tell by her minimalistic back that she was well after the ‘offsides have to be perfect’ rut I got stuck in with the first generation of ponies.
She was cast using the magnet leveling jig and has a slightly raised magnet and a nice flat back.
Medium: Liquitex White Gesso, FolkArt Acrylics (675 Champagne, 655 Aquamarine), Ceramcoat (2604 Metallic 14K Gold), and Barrel Acrylics (21485 Blue Bonnet, 21464 Cameo Pink, 20503 White, 20504 Black).