My White HorseThe mare I bought were white with some little brown dots, just enough to say she was appaloosa...
Adventure started then!
|First step, make a more roman nose.|
|By fall, the horse suddently became more browner, so I sent more photographs...|
|Brown in fall|
|White again in spring...|
|So custom became half teinted, but more white...|
|At the end she was haired, at this time she doesn't have much hairs too.|
|I asked my mare if she agreed the representation, but she doesn't thinks it was interresting...|
|This shot was hard to get :')|
At least the sculpture doesn't match exactly my mare, but, the attitude yes... and Jade's paintjob is so accurate, it's Sweetie for sure!
|"Sweet Sacrifice" by Jade Mklv|
My Brown HorseThe mare I get the years after I bought her became more browner and spotted seasons after seasons...
So came a second custom, for some reasons I would explain one day, and this time, the mold chosed was Lily Marleen. Also no hairs, so I choose Sue Kern for the painting!
New adventure started again...
|Head was reworked two time, until...|
|Brown in winter|
|Still brown in summer...|
This time the sculpture did match the horse as well as the painting. The more classy Amira (Sweetie, it's the barn name) for sure!
|"Amira" by Sue Kern|
|Same horse, different artists.|
|And who know maybe, the horse's tack?|