In this video I go over the tips & techniques it takes to create realistic, soft & contrasted dapples using pastels, acrylic paint & pencils.
Method 1: Hand Painted
Method 2: Pastels
Method 3: Airbrush
Method 4: Pencils
In this video I use Pebeo Cerne Relief for adding veins to the face, belly, body & creating chestnuts. This is a rubbery - like compound that is applied to the model through the needle point tip. Once sealed in primer it is firm enough for finished veining. I complete this step once the model is fully sculpted & prepped.
In this video I go over the process it takes to prepare & attend a live show
In this video I document my first time molding & casting a medallion bas relief. I use Smooth On silicon & resin.
In this video I go over the use of Apoxie Sculpt Clay as a medium for customizing & original sculpture. It is a two part resin based compound.
In this video I go over the tips & techniques to sanding down your Breyer model horse. Using either a Dremel or vice & hacksaw
In this video I go over Dremel's EZ lock system for sanding drums & cutting wheels.
Safety withi the studio is very important. Be sure to get yourself a good respirator with the correct filters for whichever task you are working on.
In this video I go over the tools you need to start airbrushing.
You will need:
In this video I teach you how to repair your broken Breyer Model Horses. This poor donkey lost his leg in trasnit, I was able to repair it seamlessly & he has gone onto place very well for me in live shows. This method works well if you are able to colour match to the model you are repairing. It becomes a little more challenging when the model is broken on white - as Breyer leaves the plastic bare.
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.