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Jasonator's Sir Balyne with mace on Horse.

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I have been experimenting a lot on this mini.

These 25mm (one inch) miniatures are a bit of a challenge; but they are

carved so well you can stretch yourself a bit.  I've been mixing my colors

ON the horse while it is wet.  Its a gamble, you can really make mud very quickly.

 

I'm rather delighted, and happy with how this turned out.

I've developed a lot of pleasure from doing these, and am grateful

for all the assistance this forum has provided me as I learn the ropes,

and develop my personal style.

 

Here are two Sir Balyne photos.

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You definitely have a style all your own Jay, and it is paying off very nicely when you post up your finished products. Great job, keep it up!

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Thanks everyone for your likes and comments.

 

When CashWiley wrote "Cloth Thingy" I knew that there was a name for that

cloth covering the horse, just couldn't remember what the heck it was called.

Finally found it a minute ago:

 

 IT IS A "CAPARISON"

 

A caparison is a covering, or cloth, laid over a horse or other animal, especially a pack animal, or horse of state. ...

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