Thursday, January 12, 2012

Affinity phase one complete!

The clay phase of Affinity, the thoroughbred filly, is complete. She is happily waiting in the mold box for a shipment of silicone. Sometime next week I'll be cutting open a big block of rubber and 'birthing' a new resin! The first casting will be further refined, smoothed, and little details like veins and whisker bumps will be added. If all goes well she will be ready for ordering in a few short weeks, pretty exciting!

Here is how she looked moments before being placed in the mold box:



5 comments:

Morgen said...

First!! lol!

No no I just wanted to say how cool she came out! Having had a racehorse fit off the track TB mare myself I'm taken back & can "feel" her super sleek, zero fat, build! She is quite awesome!

Cool "birth date" too for a TB. ;)

Braymere said...

Beautiful! Love the name, too!

Chris Flint said...

LOVE her! Want to buy 2 or 3 of her!!! GREAT name too!

Doris Kawgan-Kagan said...

I love her head. She's so beautiful! And the development was extremely interesting to watch.

Four Corners Tack said...

Yes, that front leg is much much better now! Overall she looks really balanced and super fit. I think I'll be very very tempted by this one...