Kion is a Drastic Custom Fjord from a Breyer Classic Halflinger Mare. He was re-positioned into a standing pose with a long drooping mane. In this video series I document the entire process it takes to deconstruct, reconstruct & paint the final piece.
PART 1: Deconstructing
In this part I go through the process of deconstructing the model using a Dremel to sand, cut & carve. Then I use a heat gun to reposition the plastic.
PART 2: Reconstructing
In this part I go through the process of reconstructing the model into it's new pose. I use a combination of wire, super glue & blue painters tape.
PART 3: Painting
In the final part I document the entire process it takes to paint the model to the classic primitive dun coat colour of the Fjord.
If you care to watch the entire tutorial in one part, here is the full length video.
11/12/2020 11:13:42 pm
This was absolutely amazing! I will watch again! I am in awe of what you did and wish I could learn to do the same!
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1/17/2023 10:22:17 am
Beautiful. Just beautiful. I wish I had 'Kion'!
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Hi there! Welcome to my blog, I am Darynn Bednarczyk of DeeJayBe Studios. I customize model horses. You can also find me on YouTube, Instagram & Facebook sharing my progress. I hope you join me on this incredible journey of equine artistry.