Got the final word on Poco. All I have to do is add her formal real name to her stomach and she's done. So here it is.
"Jus Enuf Covenant"
Here's the third Afghan Hound.
And here's an interesting project I've just started. God, I always start so many things at once. Here's an old Aryshire or red and white Holstein (whichever) bull I did back in 2006. I know that because that's what was signed under the hoof. It was one I had on my shelf and I'm recycling it. lol It's now gonna be a COW!....I hope.
I'm thinking I want it to be a walking large cow. I'm just hacking away and melting the areas that are left to move into the right position. It's going to be quite the overhaul. I think she'll be really pretty once she's done.
And here's the one six scale foal. I don't know what it is but I don't like the neck yet. I liked the length of it before but for some reason after adding the clay in for the muscle, now I don't like the length. I don't know. I'll have to see what's a miss. But I like everything else. It may just be the angle I took the picture in was a little odd. I didn't extend the neck to be any longer. Just moved it upright more and tilted his head back. So I don't know why it seems like the neck is off. (too long) I don't know. I'll just have to fiddle with it.
Also, it may not have gone un-noticed, but I ordered the WHITE apoxie as I normally do, but for some reason they sent me NATURAL this time. It's a bit of a pain and takes some getting used to for me. The setting texture is different. The white is more creamy when you mix it up. The natural is just grainier or something. It's not as creamy. It's stiffer too. I don't know what it is. I have never used the Super White though, so I don't know what that does dofferently. I think the basic white is white enough. I don't know how much whiter it can get. lol I do notice the natural doesn't leave as much of a mess though when you smooth it while wet. The white leaves a residue everywhere. The natural stays pretty much just where you put it and that's it. So there are pros and cons I suppose. It's just what you're used to. I may get used to working with the natural. I've used it before. I just always preferred the white.