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|Subject: Re: Carola's Homemade Models (Latest - Gypsy Vanner :-) Wed Mar 05, 2014 10:36 am|| |
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|Subject: Re: Carola's Homemade Models (Latest - Gypsy Vanner :-) Thu Mar 06, 2014 7:30 am|| |
Thank you very much Roger, JackyLover, Harriet, Mreyder
- @Roger wrote:
- Maybe a stablemate sized Princess without braids and in a Shire body.
I have had the thought actually
- @JackyLovertjex wrote:
- She's adorable! I really recognize Tinky in her, the face, the built You did a great job!
The proportions could be a little better. The belly and shoulder for example look a bit odd. But you're new in this, and I couldn't do it any better AT ALL! I'm really amazed how you can sculpt so nicely, even when it's only your second time doing it. So great job! The model you made looks more like an Irish Cob or Tinker than a Gypsy Vanner. (Vanners are bigger, she looks more like the 'pony-type' that they breed in Ireland atm)
The breedstandard is in Dutch.. But it explains how an Irish Cob should be perfectly, so it might be handy for in the future
^Fun fact, if you search Tinky in the 'online stamboek' (online studbook) you'll find her easily. She's the only one called Tinky with a 'STER' next to her name
Thank you a lot, you of any I suspect knows of these beautiful breeds and I actually thought that Tinkers and Gypsy Vanners were the exact same thing, but now I know they're not And the Irish Cob, I didn't know Better do my reasearch before sculpting
Thank you for the link, I see I can turn it into English
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|Subject: Re: Carola's Homemade Models (Latest - Gypsy Vanner :-) Thu Mar 06, 2014 2:05 pm|| |
Well, I think they are all the same, it is only in Netherlands studbook that they are grouped based mostly in their size. It happens in several breeds, horses are grouped according with some characteristics although they are all the same breed. Also, we know that there are subtle differences between different studbooks.
Carola, I am glad you're thinking in it.
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