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Copperfox *Please note this is the original sculpt by Morgen Kilbourn, the resin version will be out soon and the plastic is slated for Spring 2016. Irish Sport Horse sculpted by Morgen Kilbourn [You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]
Hmm, perhaps dogs? That's interesting - I've never thought about that before.
I don't know, horses are for sure and Arabian is the most replicated breed. Of course I am not counting those without a breed assigned. We can have a good idea on TAI but it is quite boring to count them all. For wild animals the absolute winner is the lion.
Great work LeeAnn! Horse is the most replicated animal of the world so this topic will keep you busy! Which is the 2nd animal most replicated, cattle? dogs? Chickens?
Dinosaurs i think.
Yes, dinosaurs are replicated and almost surely, together with horses, the most collected. Though, I was refering to single species and dinosaurs are a lot of different species. The most replicated dino is T-rex but I guess it is not a news to anyone.
[You must be registered and logged in to see this image.] Beautyfully sculptured ideed, but for that part of the gallop ( front legs moving backwards) , the combination of neck up/head down looks wrong ?
I'm hoping there will be a peg in the back hoof - if he's cantering that hoof should be flat on the ground or up in the air instead of dragging like that. [/quote]
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Subject: Re: 2016 Horse Releases *Updated Jan 19 Thu Oct 29, 2015 5:49 pm
The Copperfox looks promising I still need to see the other molds being released as easily obtainable models. Copperfox is promising a lot and I feel like I need some horses on the table NOW Hopefully their planned spring release will stick!
Beautyfully sculptured ideed, but for that part of the gallop ( front legs moving backwards) , the combination of neck up/head down looks wrong ?
I like this model too but I have similar feeling like Susanne I played a bit in computer program checking how it would look with lower position of head? [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]