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Finish Work

Pusher's Remington Steele

"Independence" Tennessee Walking Horse gelding in loud roany tobiano by the sculpting artist Sarah Rose. The basecoat was airrushed in acrylics, and then all markings and were handpainted in acrylics. Extensive amounts of time were spent using colored pencils to achieve the roaning effects, as well as to simulate the texture and flow of hair. He has hair texture drawn in on his belly, face, ears, pretty much everywhere he is not white he has hair texture, except for a few of the darkest spots. He even has hair swirls in all the proper places. He has one blue eye and one brown eye. His braids were carefully antiqued to give them depth and a finished look. For the final touch Rio Rondo metal horseshoes were added, along with nail clenches.

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Pride's Southern Cross

"Independence" Tennessee Walking Horse gelding in palomino. Handpainted in oils by the sculpting artist Sarah Rose. Details by hand in acrylic. This TWH has had the braids removed and a custom loose forelock added, just perfect for your fancy Western tack! He was designed to show your tack off, not compete with it. He has some very subtle dapples on his barrel, and "plain"  socks and blaze with no ermine or kissy spots. He has real metal Rio Rondo horse shoes that were custom fit to his hooves, and had the seams ground off. His eyes are a lighter shade of brown commonly seen in palominos.

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Bear Khreek

"Mini Nahar" Arabian stallion. Handpainted in oils by Sarah Rose, with detailing in acrylic. He is a dark dappled bay with one white sock and an irregular blaze that goes over his nose and onto his lower lip. Very reminiscent of the "Khemosabi" line of Arabians, hence the spelling of his name "Khreek"

It's hard to believe he is only a smidge over 3" by 3"!

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Khlass

Mini Nahar in black and white tobiano pinto. Painted by hand with acrylics and some colored pencil detailing. He sports ink spots, leg spotting, ermine spots, striped hooves, and painted shoes. The blending on the tail was done by hand with lots of overlapping hairs to look realistic.

It's hard to believe he is only a smidge over 3" by 3"

He could be shown in part Arab classes as a Pintabian with this coloring. Pintabians can be over 95% purebred Arabian and still be pintos

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