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Orgulhoso - small

 

Orgulhoso

 

The edition is closed...  Final copies of Orgulhoso will be offered either fully prepped and primed and/or painted.  Any remaining copies will be sold via MH$P.

 

Recoloso is officially SOLD OUT!!  Thank you to everyone who supported this piece!  (click here)

 

Recoloso

 

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I'm really loving getting into the sculptural aspect of equine art.  So, while I will still take on commission paintings of your horses, dogs and cats, my focus and goals for now will be the horse in 3D form.  My first resin cast offering has gone superbly well, and must thank everyone for their support of this piece.  It wouldn't have been possible without you!

 

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Last updated 2/7/09.

 

Maestoso Dagmar - Eberl Lipizzaner resin

 
 

Maestoso Dagmar - traditional Brigitte Eberl Floating Trot Lipizzaner stallion.  This is is a customized Floating Trot Lipizzaner resin, sculpted by Brigitte Eberl, I reworked for my friend, Erin Schaefer.  Erin said I could run with him, so I did!!  Whee!  Since he arrived with a broken tail, that was the first thing to go.  "Off with his tail!!"  The original doesn't look much like a Lipizzaner to me, so he got a complete makeover, making him heavier with more muscling and beefing up his neck a bit plus giving him a new mane and tail.  The base got a new look as well -- pebbles and twigs just didn't do it for me and didn't complement the piece, either!  This fellow is now correct for the breed and even has correct brands in all the right places for a Lipizzaner bred at the Piber stud farm in Austria.  He required correcting of his anatomical structure by checking and fixing the bone lengths from side to side.  Like the Spago resin I worked on, he was off in the shoulders and really off in the hind legs.  Everything got fixed and he's now a beautiful boy!    He is slated to be painted a medium dapple grey.  I hope to get pictures of him with his new "clothes" and add those here to his page.  Click on any of the captions or pictures to see larger views of him.  In a couple of the larger views, I've added thumbnails in the upper corners showing how he looked originally.

 

 

 

 

Maestoso Dagmar - right

 

Maestoso Dagmar - right front

 

Maestoso Dagmar - right hind

         
Maestoso Dagmar - right   Maestoso Dagmar - right front   Maestoso Dagmar - right hind
 
 

 

 

Maestoso Dagmar - left

 

Maestoso Dagmar - left front

 

Maestoso Dagmar - left hind

         
Maestoso Dagmar - left   Maestoso Dagmar - left front   Maestoso Dagmar - left hind
 
 

Maestoso Dagmar - front

 

 

 

Maestoso Dagmar - back

         
Maestoso Dagmar - front       Maestoso Dagmar - back
 
 
 

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