We have lots of projects in the works, here are a few!
1:6 Scale Mare for Breyer’s Springtime Foal
The mare is finished and waiting to be cast. She is up next to cast; we just need to make enough sales to get casting supplies for her. I will update the pics on the website of the finished piece soon. We hope to start her mold the first week in March and have her cast by the end of March.
1:20 Scale releases
Our first 1:20 Scale Noriker Stallion is available now. Unpainted ones are a limited edition of 60 (40 raw casts and 20 prepped casts) over their lifetime. Painted ones are a Blue Roan in both Glossy and Matte finishes, 25 of each for a total run of 50 pieces. Each model comes with a COA and is numbered and has the year of production.
Our next release in this size will be one of the following. All models pictured will eventually be available in the 1:20 scale. The rearing horse and the Arabian are still in process. The third and fourth models are being reduced in size, pictures are of the traditional size.
Sugarbush Gelding (Merlin Make-over)
Merlin is undergoing an extensive remake into a Sugarbush gelding. Every part of him is being re-sculpted to the characteristics of a Sugarbush. A Sugarbush is a cross between a shire and an Appaloosa, making them a light draft, but they actually are pretty stout horses. I love the Appaloosa coloring. He is scheduled for his debut in April. He will be available for pre-order with a $50 deposit soon. He will be a large 1:9 Scale and have an introductory price of $180.00.
A standing Thoroughbred Stallion is in the works. He will come out in late spring. First release will be traditional size. The picture below is the reference model for the sculpture (California Chrome).