The 1/6 Scale Filly Foal is DONE! Finally. I took a couple of shots of her just to update the blog, but her eye gloss is still a little wet, and so I didn't take the full set of photographs of her for the site yet. She'll be in MH$P tomorrow night and if she doesn't sell there, she's off to Ebay.
I'm so gonna miss this one. And I can't wait to do another lounging foal like this one only in a black or dark bay coloration. Who knows, maybe palomino. Appaloosa? But anyway, she's completed.
The Arabian is getting some loud color too. I've done the first stages of the rabicana markings but I've got a long ways to go yet. It looks really sloppy right at the moment, but it's supposed to look that way. I'm doing the white ticking in layers. But this is after all progress photos. I did antique the mane and tail once, but it will be done again a couple more times for a darker color.
I'm still working on the 1/6 Scale filly foal, but I wanted to get a start on this Arabian Rabicana Sabino mare. Here are the first few stages of her painting. She's going to be a dark liver chestnut as a base color.
She's nearing completion. She'll be up for Offers before Ebay in MH$P soon.
Edtied to say: I should probably say more on what I've done to her for this update. I was in such a hurry to get the new pics up and it was so late last night. What I've done so far now is she's had a darker antiquing wash over her red area and into the musculature. I also antiqued her mane and tail with a darker brown to show some depth. I'm going over it with some red auburn today. She's got her spotting pattern on the other side now also. I evened out her nose flesh coloring. And she's got eyes now too. I think she's one of the most eleborate drastic cms I've ever done and I can't WAIT to do another lounging 1/6 like this. I think she looks unrecognizable from the the original sculpt. I'll put a side by side of how she looked to begin with below to compare with how she looks now.
I'm wondering if I shouldn't do her more exciting and go with doing her into a paint filly, or an appaloosa chestnut. I don't know. I don't know what I'm going to do, but I hope it's nice. I didn't take as many pictures between the layers on her color because it's so hard to handle her to paint her. So even though there aren't many images of her color getting darker, there are a ton of separate layers and sealed sprays in between from one picture to the next. I've done like almost 18 layers on her so far.