At one point, this was my worst case scenario. I somehow believed the success of NaMoPaiMo was tied to the completion of a single horse.
I no longer subscribe to that theory.
With or without my Aggie, NaMoPaiMo has been an amazing success. Hundreds of hobbyists from nineteen countries have gathered together to share and paint. It has been a tremendous experience. I have learned so much, and not just about painting.
Also, it's not like I haven't finished anything.
After four years on (and mostly off) the workbench, my BHR Loper is this close to being finished.
He may not my official NaMoPaiMo model, but he still counts, right?
Although I'm not the only one who's going to miss the deadline, I'm happy to report that new horses are being added to the NaMoPaiMo Winners' Circle every day.
|photo and model by Charlotte Donahue|
|photo by Stacy Quick|
|photo and model by Darleen Stoddard|
|photo and model by Corina Roberts|
|photo and model by Oksana Kuks|
|photo and model by Airen Chandler|
|photo and model by Dayle Steinke|
There are (talented) beginners like Kitty Grubka...
and accomplished pros, such as Kate Schick...
|photo and model by Kitty Grubka|
|photo and model by Kate Schick|
and Jennifer Danza.
Everyone is sharing.
|photo and model by Jennifer Danza|
|photo and model by Linda Perry_Horst|
Everyone is creating.
|photo and model by Bev Manderfeld|