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Thank you!! cheers cheers
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This is INCREDIBLE affraid

I can see him moving, he is that realistic !!! bounce Applause

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yeahhh, this is realy icredible. Wonderful model with great paint job.

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A feast on the eyes to get up to date on your thread again.. I cannot say how I enjoy those tiny halters and bridles in particular. I'd very much like to ask you a few questions about the supplies you've found for them, but I'm not certain if you'd prefer to keep such details to yourself..?

The baby bay pair are splendid too - those softly grey legs.. I don't usually care much for foal models, but Union Jack I like. He looks very handsome in bay.

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Thank you very much friends!!! cheers cheers

@koniminiatures: Actually, there is no big secret about the tack. For Stablemate size everything is handmade from wire. Just ask your question/s! Very Happy
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Lovely to hear you might not mind sharing - I didn't want to pry offhand in case you'd prefer to keep some "trade secrets". The main things I've been wondering about are these:

- Do you have readymade flat wire to bend the metal buckle keepers out of, or do you too need to hammer it flat from plain round wire first?

- What in the world do you create the stitch marks at this tiny scale with? I know of overstitch wheels, but have never come by one sufficiently tiny for 1:32.

- That decorative buckle on the western show halter. How in the world..? Laughing Do you cut it from metal sheet with snips as a kind of figure-8, then press together the gaps - or somehow punch the slots for the strap to pass through into a solid piece of sheeted metal..?

And let me just say it again, your tack quite beggars belief. Your creating the tack items in this diminutive size in itself is enough to amaze me, but the way you manage to keep things in scale and ever so detailed approaches sorcery. I keep coming back to ogle and admire, but still don't quite understand how in the world you manage it. Amazing skill!

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PostSubject: Re: Imaginary "Phoenix Ranch" / Customs by Shanti   Imaginary "Phoenix Ranch" / Customs by Shanti - Page 8 EmptyWed 18 Feb 2015, 13:45

I am happy to help! :)

The wire: no, it's just plain wire and I use pliers to flatten the buckle parts. For this I have pliers just for this use, not allowed to do anything else with it (told my husband - don't touch! Laughing ) Like this one: [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] I use just the very front part of it and it has to be accurate, even and no scratches or whatever in these parts of the pliers. Know what I mean?

The stitch marks are made with a mini overstitch wheel, have to check the brand. But it is not easy getting the stitchmark on the tiny leather laces after all….

The decorative buckles are bent from wire again. After finishing the buckle I  use the above mentioned pliers squeezing tiny bents into the wire with just a bit of the very top corner part of the pliers. Work around the tiny buckle and you have a somewhat decorated buckle. :) The hard part is holding the buckle in your hand… Rolling Eyes Don't know how many buckles must hide beneath my work table.. lol!

I hope I explained it halfway understandable? flower
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This certainly helps, you've explained it very understandably indeed! Seems you've found a much smarter way of flattening wire - I've lightly hammered it on my trusty mini anvil before, but that tends to tire the metal so that it becomes prone to fracturing when bent into angled loops. I'll try just squashing it in the future, if I can find good pliers like you've done.

I would be most grateful of the brand for the mini-mini oversticth wheel - I've tried and tried, but have never come across one suitably small. The best I've got is doing each row twice with a too-large one, and trying to get the 2nd stitch marks to go exactly between the first set. True, with lace that thin (hell, I'm working on 1:24 scale and it's still terrible) it must be very careful work indeed.

Thank you very much for these tips! Perhaps one day I, too, will dare foray into 1:32... I'd be happy just to manage 1:24 reasonably, though. Rolling Eyes My million buckles hiding under the desk send their best regards to your similar ones!

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Amazing work and photos again Shanti!!! You're so talented drunken cheers
I cant pick just one love them all!

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Your Union Jack is simply glorious! cheers

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Thanks again! Very Happy

Finished a little horse today, hope you like him! bounce
Tried to give him new eyes because I don't like the of-alien-eyes at all. The right eye looks better than the left eye... need some practice..  Rolling Eyes

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He looks so much better! Great work!

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He was beautyful, but now he is STUNNING cheers

And so clever ! I am sure it is because he now lives in such wonderful surroundings Applause Applause

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The eye improvement is very good !

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Thank you LeeAnn, Susanne and Phexedrine! Very Happy

New Project, WIP-Picture Laughing Laughing

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Kasper is beautiful with his new eyes Applause Congratulation also for the first horse's bungee jump cheers

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Thank you @Kikimaou! :)

The foal has survived the bungee jump and is jumping over other obstacles now! Laughing

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Very beautiful foal! cheers And the photos, wonderful drunken

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D'aww I love you the foal is just too cute
The picture is great too!

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Wowwwww....amazing paint job ! affraid Amazing !!!
Just love it ! cheers

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And you survived painting another resin! cheers Wink Is this guy your own? He's stunning! Very Happy

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Shocked Beautiful foal Shanti Applause

One day you should explain how you repainted him... A tutorial please I love you

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Thank you friends! cheers Very Happy

@LeeAnn: This little girl belongs to the same friend as the Union Jack Resin. She asked me if I would paint this one too and so I did! :)

And please, it is a GIRL! Laughing And she has true tiny girl parts! Embarassed

@Kikimalou: Hmmm, Tutorial.. She has been painted with pastels, no secrets about that. But I will think about it next time I paint a horse ok? Smile
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So realistic Shanti! Very Happy What a lucky friend you have and you have such talent with pastels cheers May I ask what the name of this resin is? Smile

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Shocked  Beautiful foal Shanti Applause

One day you should explain how you repainted him... A tutorial please I love you

Yeahhh cheers I also would like to see a tutorial with painting with pastels. :)))
I never try it before ...
Please Shanti, tray to do one for us sunny

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Thanks again, I am very happy you like this little one! Very Happy Actually the color is somewhat darker in real life.

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@costicuba: I will keep it in mind! Wink
Maybe these videos will help until then

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Yeahhh cheers These videos are definitely very helpfull for me :))
Thank you very much.
It is interesting for me, becouse, I never used before, the pastels in this way (only for drawing).
Can you tell me...what kind of varnish do you use, during your paint job?
It is acrylic right ?
In one of the videos, the lady is showing two diferent varnishes.. what is Crystal clear varnish ?
I mean, for what she need it ?
Thank you again for the videos Shanti sunny

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You are welcome, hope this helped! Very Happy
I am working with a matt sealer, it is an acrylic based spray. It needs to be matt, not glossy of course because the next layer of pastels wouldn't stick to a glossy finish.
As I understand many artists using different kind of sealer. The glossy style sealer is to protect the previous layers because glossy sealer is more durable than matt sealer.
The tricky part is not to rub off the previous layer with a hard brush or rubbing too hard on the surface. For painting with pastels you need patience. In between the horse might look very ugly but this will change with more layers. Just go on with a slightly darker color every time, don't rush from white to black, if you know what I mean.. Wink And ALWAYS wear a dust mask!! Pastel dust will go everywhere and of course - you will inhale it!!
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:))) Thank you again.
Yeah, I know what you mean :) Also i saw this on the videos :)
This information is very helpfull. Thank you very much :)

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Thank you for the link Shanti, I very much enjoyed drooling over such a gorgeous model cheers

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The foal needed to be packed to go back to his mother but it was not amused!  Laughing
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Shanti, I thank you for showing your horses cheers Gives me inspiration to keep going with my cutosm works.
Love your work Very Happy

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Thank you Jonas! :)

The mother gave birth to the foal now! Laughing (I asked the new owner if I am allowed to show her picture)

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The mother gave birth to the foal now! Laughing (I asked the new owner if I am allowed to show her picture)

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Really cute scene Embarassed

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I`m in love with this foal !!! :)

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And please, it is a GIRL! Laughing And she has true tiny girl parts! Embarassed

Sorry! For me I call all models "guy" and it's gender-neutral for me Laughing Embarassed

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And ALWAYS wear a dust mask!! Pastel dust will go everywhere and of course - you will inhale it!!

Something I don't do lol! Gross but my tissues are colorful when I'm done! Embarassed Laughing

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Again I am completely speachless !!!! Shocked

Ohhhhh ! drunken I love you

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And ALWAYS wear a dust mask!! Pastel dust will go everywhere and of course - you will inhale it!!

Something I don't do lol! Gross but my tissues are colorful when I'm done! Embarassed Laughing

Bad girl!! Suspect Don't mind your nose and tissues but think about your lungs! silent
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And thank you friends!!! Very Happy
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And ALWAYS wear a dust mask!! Pastel dust will go everywhere and of course - you will inhale it!!

Something I don't do lol! Gross but my tissues are colorful when I'm done! Embarassed Laughing

Bad girl!! Suspect Don't mind your nose and tissues but think about your lungs! silent

I know, I know. It's just the masks are always so uncomfortable that I don't bother. Embarassed

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Sorry for the long silence but I did not have much time to spare with my hobby lately..

But I finished a Collecta Percheron Mare, hope you like her! Critique always welcome!

Do you have an apple for me? Very Happy
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Shocked Shocked Shocked

Shanti, I just picked up my jaw from the floor affraid

This is simply incredible, - I don't know what to say, - that horse is not a model, - it is alive Shocked Shocked

This model is in a class of horse repaints that I have never, ever seen NEAR it ! Holy Hamster ! WOW Applause Applause Applause Applause

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Oh wow! She is stunning! I think you did an amazing job with the dappling, and especially with the leg markings! I really like the first photo too :)

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One more jaw droped on the floor...after Susanne`s one Very Happy
You made this beautiful model (which I already love) a real jewell !
Shanti, amazing work !
I love the colors..details...and of course your great photos Applause

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OOOH! So nice!
She has a lovely subtle coat.
It suits her very well.

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Ditto what Susanne et al. have said (picking my jaw up off the floor also) Shocked
I think it's the hooves that REALLY capture me, but you have an amazing touch with the dappling and how greying progresses.
After seeing masterpieces like this, I'm afraid to paint any horses myself! They would look so sad.
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affraid affraid affraid

LOOK at that dapple grey! affraid affraid Incredible!!

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Thank you so much friends, you really made my day!!! cheers cheers
I hope you all recovered from you jaw-dropping-experience! Laughing Laughing

But please, don't  afraid to paint a horse yourself @pipsxlch!!! I have seen many many repaints much better than mine but they are always a challenge and inspiration for me! :)
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