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BreyerFest 2015 Part 1
BreyerFest 2015 has officially begun for me! I arrived a day early this year in order to hopefully snag some great deals. That paid off! Stay tuned for that in my loot post when it's all over. ;) I arrived at the Clarion after two days of driving, or more l...

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Stripping Models (A lightly safer way!)
Everyone makes mistakes and needs to start over. I definitely do!  As a new artist, things don't always go as planned, experiments go awry, and I need a way to get the failed attempt off. Unfortunately "Easy-Off" is VERY toxic and it's in an aerosol contain...

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My Pre-BreyerFest Post!
I got tons of questions regarding BreyerFest, so here are my answers! SPECIAL RUNS: -What do
you do when you’re called up for your special run? You can only go through the line when your time is called. The time is located right on your ticket. Go 10-15 min...

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New Technique!
I have the last three commissions here, and I have been working on them on and off the last couple weeks. As a new-ish artist, I am always discovering new techniques and ways to improve my work. This "new technique" is one I have never heard of, or seen any...

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Another Custom!
Well, there have been quite a few Gilen customs jumping out of my studio lately. I thought it might be a fun post to share my difficulties with the latest. It is one of my favorite molds to paint. It is smooth and everything is well defined. I always find t...

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A Few New Pieces
I have been very busy in the studio and will be finishing pieces left and right until BreyerFest. Here are a couple that I have recently finished: Breyer Weathergirl to a bright bay Breyer Totilas to a dark gold champagne Feurte sculptured by Josine Vingerl...

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A Little Studio Update!
While I take a break from going over and tweaking my other posts, I figured I'd take a moment to share some recent customs. In the last couple months I've painted five Gilens! It's turning into one of my favorite molds to paint. Gold Champagne Gilen Golden ...

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The Wonderful Difference in Mediums - Part 1
I'm back again, this time with an exciting topic. Mediums! I was asked on Instagram to discuss my opinion, and the differences, of using different mediums (oils, airbrushing, pastels/pigments) to paint model horses. Before I start, I wanted to mention that ...
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