I purchased three new molds at Breyerfest 2018, so I am behind the curve in posting about them. Many artists have been customizing the Alborozo—it seems to be a favorite!
Back in February, I had a post about the new mold's I had in my hands. I thought I'd share the customs I've done from those.
|Alborozo Unicorn, a smaller, mirror image of the Traditional model by the same name,
sculpted by Brigitte Eberl.|
|Gypsy Vanner, again a smaller version of a Traditional mold (Brishen) which is a variation of the Iberian mold but with modified legs and feathers... phew this boy has come a long way!|
|From above, you can see that the Brishen mold has a rather narrow shape.|
|I ended up adding more to her legs—adding definition to her joints—as well to her topline. I love her mane and tail! They are wonderful to paint.|
|Mirado with real-horse Andalusian tracing.|
|Mirado molds to pinto Criollos with Valegro tails. Grulla one has head tucked. (He's for sale, too)|
|Mirado to a dapple buckskin Lusitano stallion with braids.|
|Cob with real horse gypsy vanner tracing.|
|Cob to a silver dapple Gypsy Vanner with new mane.|
|Running Mare with young Arabian horse tracing.|
|Running mare custom to half-arab mare in dapple bay.|