Monday, May 18, 2015

Token Horses

 A few token horses from Barcelona! The internet here is pretty sparse, so more pictures will come when the connection improves!

Saturday, May 16, 2015

Circus Set In-Progress Pictures... and Suprize Vacation!

I think this set will be really neat when it is done! I love the black and red leather combination.

 My favorite thing, however, is the little snap on the easy-hitch crupper. I just love how it turned out like the real thing! (Easy-hitch cruppers are a real thing, by the way!)

Unfortunately, I won't be able to work on it anymore for a few weeks, because I am currently in.... (drum-roll, please)...


 The city is full of amazing sights, sounds, and tastes.

 And I am always in the mood for some seriously cool towers.

 I broke my toe sometime during my 48 hours of traveling, 4 hours of sleep, and 4800 miles covered, but it was all totally worth it.

Mancy the Manbearhorse is joining me for this trip, and, as usual, looks fabulous! Haha! Tomorrow's goal is to find some real horses to photograph!

Friday, May 15, 2015

New Website!

I finally got my website off the ground! Check it out here! The "photography" tab isn't working yet, but it should be pretty soon! I figured that having an easily-searchable gallery would be a good idea.

And, here's a sneak peak at my next sales project! I won't be able to work on it for a little while since I'll be out of the country for a little bit, and then I'll need to work on the collared harness commission, but expect to see this circus getup for sale around the beginning of June!

More pictures coming soon! ;)

Thursday, May 7, 2015

Another Sales Bridle

This time, it's a "Micklem"! I thought it'd be cute to see one in 1/9 scale. Currently for sale!

Sunday, May 3, 2015

Teeny Tiny Itsy Bitsy Saddle

The Mini Whinnies were staring at me from the shadows. I couldn't help it.

 I made a super tiny saddle.

(Like, hilariously tiny.)

 It makes my 1/9 scale tack look huge by comparison! (These are the rein ends for the latest harness commission.)

(Also, a dime for scale.)

 It makes me giggle every time I look at it!

Newest jewelry fashion trend? Haha.

I applaud y'all who make tack in this scale on a regular basis. Ach! My eyes! My fingers! It was a fun project, however, and I'll probably make some more teensy tack in the future!