Friday, May 28, 2010

DKL Resin halter, part two

More photos from the Resin Halter division of the Devilish Kokopelli Live show held last weekend in Golden, Colorado.

The Gaited/Spanish division was next, and right off the bat Inesperado claimed my second NAN card of the day. Regan O'Keefe's Deseoso, Nos Sambras. He has a customized face and ears.
A very nice Peruvian Paso in the Other/Mix Spanish class.
If I could have "stolen" one horse at the show, this would have been the one. It's a Sarah Rose Independence resin painted by Jennifer Scott. Just as an aside, I did have a small part in his creation--I did the prepwork.
Amazing details!
My Dozen Roses painted by Melissa Mistretta won the Other/Mix Gaited class. He later went on to be the Champion of the Spanish/Gaited Division. I don't know how he managed to sneak in over that Indy!
Light Breeds were next. The Arabian class was split into two divisions--Mares and Geldings...
And Stallions. Both classes were big and competitive. This is Marilyn Jensen's Khemosabi. I wouldn't mind stealing this one, either!
A lovely grey Eberl Muscat.
Cindy Kessler's customized Nahar.
My three bay boys were first, second and fifth in the stallion class.
The Half Arabian class was won by this Elnathan V1 resin.
My two Half Arabian girls with their ribbons.
One half of the Light Breed Callback Table. Four of these horses belong to me. When my luck changed, it changed in a big way!
Khemotigre was the Champion and Rune was Reserve. Yay, for the bay boys!
I only took one picture during the entire Pony division. I guess I was too busy talking!
Foals were next. This cute Okie belongs to Jane Schneider.
A SMB Brownie resin.
Marilyn Jensen's beautiful Eberl baby.
My own New York Doll.
The Resin Halter Championship callback table. The four Buxton horses in the front row are Validator (Carol Williams Valor resin painted by Carol Williams), Rune (Deb McDermott Indian Silver resin painted by Sommer Prosser), Vulcan (Kathi Bogucki Dozen Roses resin painted by Melissa Mistretta) and Khemotigre (Ed Bogucki Aashiq resin painted by Tiffany Purdy).
And the winner is... Khemotigre!

Thanks so much to Steph Michaud for judging this division. I sure am pleased my placings.

Is everyone tired of looking at show pictures? I still have photos from the Resin Workmanship, Custom, Custom Glaze and OF Plastic divisions...

11 comments:

  1. I am certainly not tired of looking at them!!

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  2. Thanks for the input, Linda. Show picture posts never get a lot of comments so it's hard for me to tell whether or not people like them...

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  3. Show us more, show us more!

    =D ~G & Z~

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  4. Lovin' the pictures!

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  5. More photos please... you saw more than I did that day!

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  6. Keep 'em coming, I'm loving it!

    Rune just glows when he's on a table, amazing.

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  7. Jennifer, do you mind if I steal that photo of the Peruvian for my files? I don't think I have ANY of him painted.

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  8. Please help yourself, Linda. The picture will enlarge when you click on it, so be sure to take the full sized version. I wasn't sure, but I thought that was one of your Pasos. I hadn't seen one in person and he's really cool.

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  9. Thanks!! That is a VERY limited edition resin I did for NAPHA to use as trophies. Just a handful were produced to be used like this.

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  10. I had no idea who most of the model belonged to nor who finished them so it was fun to read your commentary! As to why the Dozen Roses beat the Indy? If it were finish-work I would have gone the other way but I liked Dozen Roses better as a realistic equine sculpture and as his breed than Indy. Just personal preference and not meant to take anything away from the Indy. : ) Just like lots of people disagree on Aashiq but i'll argue that one for hours. Just my preference and own vision : D

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