Middle is January, right is February and left is March.
I do find it rather frustrating though... Every single parcel has arrived with a customs fee! That is a 100% failure rate right now!! But I would always pay the ransom. I am beginning to wonder if they will all receive the charge...
It is hard to pick a favourite, but I adore how Maggie has captured the weight distribution changes on this model's overall structure, as well as the dynamic mane and tail.
This following photo is not the best at all, but I just love how he is frolicking through a little valley there!
This one isn't using one of my dioramas, but I did resculpt her nearly ten years ago! Can you believe it?! She is a portrait of one of the huge cob type mares I learnt to ride on, called Trudy.
All of the micro minis here that I have painted have actually been cast in Pewter metal, so they are quite heavy and not what you would expect! This little one, like all of Maggie's subscription micros, is cast in resin. I could not resist one of these when I saw him, one of my first in this scale for years.
And last, but never least, is Waffle. This pony is a multi-prize winning champion, taking home rosettes from quite a few shows! All of which, obviously, absolutely overshadow him!
I can't wait to paint my current three! Does anyone have any colour suggestions? Feel free to comment some below!