Friday, December 10, 2010

Another Purdy halter

There are entirely too many things going on in my life right now, and I'm having trouble concentrating on anything larger than a halter.  Today's studio time was spent on this:
Khemotigre is an Aashiq resin sculpted by Ed Bogucki and painted by Tiffany Purdy.  Like BFF, he's been slightly customized to make him more tack friendly.  I dunno, it's almost like that Purdy woman thinks I'm going to show these horses in performance someday!  Ha!

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  1. oh my god! now THAT is a arab show halter! this is the 1st arab show halter I think.. hat really looks like on and in the correct scale.. I just love it! I have got to get one.. somehow.. lol how much are they I have my arab resin Id love to do something with... and it needs tack!
    I just love your tack anyways...
    rebecca Turner
    www.Solticeartstudio.blogspot.com

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  2. Thanks Becky, what a nice compliment! I don't make a lot of Arabian show halters but I always enjoy them. They're as much like jewelry as tack. I could make you something similar. Email me privately if you're really interested.

    :)

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  3. I agree, that is an awesome arab halter! How did you make it? And what did you make it with? Could you make me one too? Mary Butler
    mbutler500@aol.com

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  4. Gorgeous halter! Nice and refined :)

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  5. Wow i thought that was a real horse and halter at first!!!

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