So the appaloosa mare is ready for sanding and priming. She's got a mane and tail and forelocks and she just looks neat.
(I think anyway)
Ok here's the Peter Stone Saddlebred I was doing. BUT I've decided not to do it as a filly saddlebred any more. This is going to be more of a resculpt now. I'm going to do a Hackney Stallion. And right after I sanded his junk off too. (screams) So, I've got to put that back now. And I've got to shorten the tail some more. I'm repositioning the legs and giving him a new neck and well, it's gonna be fun. I don't have enough apoxie now, so I will have to get some more before I can do everything I need to do to complete him.
I am also doing a foal. I didn't change a lot to this little guy because I like him. I wanted to flip the tail up though so I did that. He's going to be shedding his coat and kind of changing colors. Like a foal that's molting their baby fur out and exposing the adult color underneath. I wanna do that. Like an Arabian foal that's been shaved down to expose the true color but molting instead. I don't know whether to go bay or chestnut.