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The meeting is dragging on, people are trapped in a loop rehashing old topics and you… you’re stuck doodling in the margins. Or playing Angry Birds—but I think they’d sue me if I started slapping beaks on the horses.

This little gal was a refugee from my seven year old body body and her previous paint job needed a lot of love. (You can see older pics on my blog). Instead of stripping her all the way down I decided to build on what I had—which means she's a little too rough to be a Live Show Quality horse!

I cleaned up the basecoat and repainted her a shaded teal (darker points), although it's harder to see that now that she's doodled. You can see the color a bit better in some of the in-progress pics from the blog.

The doodles mimic a tovero (paint/pinto) pattern and are relatively realistic, but not totally accurate. Then again, she's a Doodle Pony, she's got an Artistic License and isn't afraid to use it! ;)

The Pigma pen turned out to be much more of a smudge-magnet than expected, so if I do another horse using one I think I’ll pick up a can of Workable Fixative. There’s a lot of touch-up work on this little gal and it was harder to match the blended basecoat than expected.

She should make a great Photo Shower or a rocking shelf piece!

Blog Post: http://www.martha.net/2012/04/little-miss-margins/ (for more angles)

DETAILS
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- Seams and Breyer logo have been removed.
- Ears and raised hooves have been carved
- Sealed with Krylon non-yellowing gloss sealer.
- Photo Show Quality (PSQ), probably not Live Show Quality (LSQ)
- Additional/Larger photos available upon request!

MAKE: Breyer
SCALE: Stablemate (1:32 scale, approx 3 inches high)
MOLD: Thoroughbred (G2)
COLOR: Teal Doodle Pony
MEDIUM: Plastic Model, Liquitex Artist’s Color Acrylics (Gesso, Turquoise Green, Bright Aqua Green, Ivory Black), Pigma Micron 03 black pen

PRICE CALCULATOR
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Not-Current Stablemate Body Cost: $5.00 (see: http://www.martha.net/2012/03/march-stablemate-body-replacement-costs/)
Basic Body Color : $15.00 (reduced for flaws)
Complex Pattern: $20.00

Shipping and Handling
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I ship by USPS Priority Mail, charges are for exact cost since the USPS gives me the boxes for free and the packing material is recycled/cheap. If you would prefer I ship by UPS or FedEx, I’d be more than happy to do so.

$6.20 is the maximum amount that the USPS charges for Priority Mail and I will adjust it down to match your specific rates!

REFUNDS
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What you see is what you get, so I do not offer refunds once a horse has mailed.

If you aren't sure about the horse, please ask me for additional photos to make sure you are happy with it _before_ I ship it!

PAYMENT METHODS
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I take PayPal, Amazon Payments, Google Checkout, and money orders. I do NOT take personal checks at this time.

Little Miss Margins - Custom Teal/Turquoise Doodle Pony Stablemate Model Horse (Breyer G2 Thoroughbred)

Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: Acrylics, Pastels, Plastic, Ink
  • Only ships to United States from Virginia, United States.
  • Feedback: 10 reviews
  • Favorited by: 30 people