Here is Imp with the markings started. I still have some more to do on them, and I will still need to do some more on his hind legs, also, as well as his face and hooves, etc. So I would say he's about 60% done.
And here's a Little Lonestar which will be a chestnut pinto. He's in his ugly stage with just a couple of thin layers of paint.
Everything else is either in the prep stage or the drying/looks-too-similar-to-last-photo stage.
On this blog I plan to show my equine art creations as they progress, so you will get to view the entire process of a piece as it comes to life. I will also list items for sale and other news, as well as occasional product reviews and tips.
I hope we can all learn from this process and that you enjoy getting a little peek into my mind as I work. Comments and critiques on all these pieces are always welcome!