First off, I am so sorry for taking so long to post, I haven't been doing much worth posting about! Also, I'm going to try to update once a week, hopefully more often though! I'll try to get a tutorial up soon, I have one in the works for how I do stablemate ears. Here's more Breyerfest photos!
That's all I have of the Open Show, I would've liked to get more photos, oh well. Here's some reference pictures I got at the museums and whatnot. I highly recommend going to the museums, they were amazing!
Enjoy! I'll upload more references soon.
A quick update about the ABC's articles, they are postponed until further notice. At the current moment they require more time than I have to give. I will more than likely resume them after Breyerfest, it all depends when my schedule lessens up enough to work on the ABC's articles.
Also, sorry for the lack of blog posts, I haven't done much worth blogging about.
Here's a reference photo for an eye, because all blog posts need a photo!
This is a series of articles I will be posting every Friday, talking about the ABC's of a horse, which is the abbreviation of Anatomy, Bio-mechanics, and Conformation. I will use four models to demonstrate correct and incorrect ABC's. The models I will be using are Weather Girl, Wixom, Smarty Jones, and Flash. This article will cover the anatomy of a horse, the next articles will cover correct and incorrect anatomy of the aforementioned molds.
According to Merriam Webster, anatomy is a branch of morphology that deals with the structure of organisms. Sound confusing? It is. To make it more simple, the definition of Structure according to Merriam Webster is the manner of construction. Basically how a horse is put together. To fully understand a horse's anatomy, you have to look under the skin.
I found a picture of a really neat charro bridle a couple days ago, and decided to try to make one.
I haven't done much studio wise that's worth posting, so I decided to share some of my reference photos I have stockpiled. None of these are mine, unless otherwise noted. I do not know who to give credit with most of my photos, unless it's copyrighted. I do my best though! You're more than welcome to save these and use them!
I've been in the model horse hobby actively for about four years. My main interests are customizing, tackmaking, and showing, although I do like to venture into the different aspects of the hobby also. Aside from model horses I ride real horses, and also dabble in leather crafting. Hope you enjoy my blog!
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