January 28, 2023

Traditional Adib!

Meet big Adib! This full sized version of my popular mini Arabian stallion is an entirely new sculpture. Started from scratch, and filled with details that I didn’t have room for on the little one. 
Adib has just arrived at the caster, Jolt Studios, and will be released soon! 

Adib will be sold in batches, throughout 2023. It will be similar to how Lola was sold last year, but because I'm working with a new caster, some things will be different. The first mold will be made by Jolt Studios, and then later production will also start here in the Netherlands by Horse and Bird. 

The first 45 casting from Jolt Studios will become available on my website on Saturday, 4 February at around 17:00 hours Central European Time. That’s 11:00 in the morning in New York and 8:00 in LA. 
A newsletter will go out as soon as the buttons are up. 

Please note, you can order Adib from this batch if you live in the USA, Canada, UK, Australia, NZ, or any other country that is not part of the EU. 

Don't worry, if you live in Germany or another EU country, you will be able to order Adib later this spring.

The pricing for the first batch of Adib will be:

United States $365
Canada $377
UK, Australia, NZ, Asia $390

All prices include shipping costs. Time payments will be welcome on this batch!

If you have any questions, just let me know. See you Saturday the 4th! 

December 8, 2022

Breyer & Haffie magic

Breyer fans have already seen him of course. Kit, the new Haflinger stallion that I designed for the Stablemates line! 

You can read all about the process of sculpting Kit on the Breyer blog: https://www.breyerhorses.com/blogs/news/kit-a-new-stablemates-sculpt-for-2022

My own sporty Haflinger, Apollo, is a once-in-a-lifetime horse. I hope little Kit will bring a bit of that delightful Haffie magic to everyone who owns him!

Apollo doesn’t get much of a winter coat, but that could change in the future as he is already 20 years old. If he ever needs a body clip, guess what the pattern will be... I will share pictures here of course. ;) 
This year's winter coat

October 26, 2022

Little Adib and his big brother's head in progress

I find it easier to sculpt the head separately. Plus, it's always quite satisfying when I attach it to the rest of the horse. :D