Everybody did indeed. I'm so glad I don't have to pick a favorite. "Thank you for arranging a class without judging." I could get down to about 8 favs but that's it. "Awesome."
These are so beautiful and represent so many hours of work! I am amazed at the quality and absolute love and commitment that went into each one! I hope that next year, I will be in a better situation and able to participate (and maybe clear out the body box a bit!). Thank you for holding this and allowing everyone to share in this experience!
If it weren't for the encouraging posts and comments, I would have never faced my fears and attempt a paint horse. This has been an amazing opportunity and I already am figuring out what color my next custom will be! I loved seeing all the pictures of finishers. They show what hard work and dedication can look like. Thank you for holding NaMoPaiMo!
I learned so much. Doubt I would have ever gotten my baby painted if Jennifer had not had this awesome idea. I think I have enough confidence to pain a big resin now!
Wow. That's a looooot of horses! Looks like NaNoPaiMo was a success. :) (Side note: I saw on Facebook that the appaloosa needs a name...the first thing that came to my mind was "Odakota", Sioux for friend.)
i gotta say - as a horse enthusiast who isn't really part of the model horse community, this has been a LOT of fun to follow along with! what a great concept and so many new awesomely painted ponies and new painters!!
Wow! Congratulations to everyone, and what a great project for a gloomy winter month. Like many others, I feel encouraged to take the plunge next year. Huge thanks to Jennifer for creating this marvelous experience!
WOW! I counted 194 models in this collage! LOVE that CM pinto Mini Horatio, bay Benicio, & pinto Kipling! (& the bay Aggie, dapple grey, Ashquar, bay Albus, & that blond Rastus too! ;) ) Thank you for NaMoPaiMo Jennifer! And I have to say, I love the name you've given your Aggie! Last post went up last night: http://carissakirksey.weebly.com/blog
So many horses. What a nice project!!!Is there a possibility to see the collage in a larger size?Some are so small that they can not be recognized.