Fleabites on Grrrr. Not sure how she is really going to turn out, I am still up in the air over wether I like them or not, and even wether to continue with them or not. I am using a Welsh A gelding for her colour. He has a lot of black fleabites, but they all blend in to be almost invisible, so lots of blending down to go on her!
Liddle Humphrey Bear also has a coat of colour. I have used my youngest sons Shetland pony as muse for this one. Possibly not the most exciting of colours, but I like the way it lets the sculpture speak. Which in my case is not such a bad thing, as I think I am a much better sculptor then I am a painter! ;)
Despite spending part of my weekend at work, I still managed to get a little done in the studio :) Humphrey. Feathering and leg detail will see this little guy finished.
This one is starting to look like he is a horse, instead of a camel.
Cranky FAM is taking shape. She has caught my attention again, so I may run with it and try and get her finished up this week, or at least to mane and tail stage :) After struggling with this boys 'spot/blob', I gave up and stripped him. In this photo he has his first ten or so layers of pastel base coat, and I have added his dapples, I will now begin darkening him up and blending down his pangare.