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Bækhesten

Bækhesten

Bækhesten

This little guy was the epitome of a wild tangent– he was supposed to be a black splatterpaint roan, but took a took a sharp turn at the absurd right after I got the basecoat done.

Bækhesten is a customized Breyer Stablemate G3 Mustang in a pseduo-watercolor bay. He’s actually the only horse I’ve painted with this method… I don’t know if I could manage to pull it off again!

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Philosophers’ Stone

Philosophers Stone

Make: Breyer
Scale: Stablemate
Mold: Morgan (G2)
Color: Green-Black-Gold Faux-Stone
Gallery: Other Color
Medium: Acrylics, Liquitex Phthalocyanine Green
Status: Painted 200? and Sold 200?

This odd little guy was an attempt to recreate the look of Gold Digger, except starting from a primed body instead of using the original finish. As you can see, it didn’t work as well as intended, but I still think it looks pretty cool (and I used the same technique on Blaustein later). (more…)

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PS Foal

Make: Breyer
Scale: Stablemate
Mold: Trotting Foal (G2)
Color: Green, Black, Gold Faux-Stone
Gallery: Other Color
Medium: Acrylics
Status: Painted 200? and Sold 200?

This little guy was an Add-a-Foal for Philosophers’ Stone. Painted in the same faux-stone pattern, he actually turned out a lot better than the photos show. Such are the joys of early generation digital cameras! (more…)

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