First up is this still in progress Scarlett resin. Tiffany Purdy customized her mane, tail and forelock to make her tack friendly. Apparently Tiff thinks she will be wearing a harness in the near future. Hmmm. I'm not convinced. How can I find time to make tack for my own horses when I'm so busy dressing hers?Remember those two little harnesses I made for Kim Haymond of Table Top Studios? This is how she was able to talk me into tackling mini scale work.
Kim usually limits herself to the smaller scales. This is only her second foray into traditional sized jump making.Huge thanks to Tiffany, Kim and Kim's Mom. I can't believe all these lovely things belong to me. Thank you, thank you, thank you!
You wouldn't know it by the results. This jump is amazing!
I love having so many different components--I can set this jump up in all sorts of ways.
Here's a closer look at the standards. I really like the weathered paint and the way they are similar but not identical.
Nearby Golden, Colorado is home to the Buffalo Bill Museum and Grave. I love living in Colorado and am delighted whenever I can work some local flavor into my model horse set-ups.More close-ups--the dry ditch,
and prickly pear cacti. This is what Kim had to say about these: We couldn't find any cactus to purchase that looked right, so what's the logical thing to do? Yup, make flowering prickly pear cactus from scratch. There is a set of four planters, and over 3,500 spines were individually glued to these. Definitely unique and one of a kind!