A new kids Quarter Pony Custom Sculpture inspired from my Son's 4-H group, these ponies love their little riders.
The victim (model horse)
Reference Photo for pose. Thank You Jennifer* please visit Jennifer~
Finished re-sculpt ready for paint.
The other finished side
The carnage begins
Drill holes to insert sturdy wire.
Roughing out the surface where work is to be performed. Easier for apoxies and glue mixtures to stick without separation.
The two ends attached with super glue, baking soda, and sturdy coated wire.
Find the correct position before you start adding more baking soda and glue to seal the deal.
Plastic dust!! wear your protection, eye goggles, breathing mask & gloves!!
Old muscling removed. Surface roughed up/ scored.
The sculpt fill, some supplies used.
Was not happy with first apoxy application.
Sanded down to re-start
:) happy moment*
Plugging in the muscling
Sanding...there is a lot more of this.
muscling the inside leg
upper leg muscling sculpted in
First coat (light spray) of primer. Pleased to say there was no anomalies found!! This does not happen often*
:) Happy Dance
Now for the coat color? Sherryyyy....