November 27, 2021

Second batch of Traditional Lola opens 29 November!

As promised, the second batch of Traditional Lola resins will become available for ordering soon. Because of the backlog in the current orders (thank you so much for your patience guys!), orders from the second batch will start shipping mid-January.
The order buttons for Lola will appear again on the order page on Monday, 29 November, 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.
The options will be to pay in full, and automatic payment subscriptions for 3 or 6 monthly payments. Worldwide shipping is available. The second batch consists of 45 copies. 
Don’t worry if you miss out on this one, there will be another batch in January. The long mane version will have several batches as well, starting Jan/Feb.
Need inspiration for a color? Check out mini Lola's gallery. 

November 5, 2021

Saved from the bin

When you use epoxy to create your sculptures (like I do) and things don't go as planned, you sometimes end up sawing off a part of your project. Starting over can be easier than manipulating the stone hard epoxy into a different shape. 

Over the years I gathered quite a collection of hacked off bits and pieces. I just can't throw them away, you never know when they might come in handy. 
Like this head. It didn’t suit the horse it was on, but it’s cute and I kept it. 

I also keep a ‘spare epoxy horse’ on my table, because I always mix too much of the stuff. Right now it’s a damaged Encanto resin, I’m using leftover bits of epoxy to customize him into a heavier muscled schoolmaster type of PRE.  

And what do you know, it’s a match with the head! 
His name is Devante. He still needs a lot of work, but I like him already.