Going outdoor with my mini grey Brabant horse.
It's way too long without writing anything on my blog. I decided it's time to reactivate it after a long silence. Summer is always the most inspiring time of the year for me so it's easier to write something now.
Two weeks ago, before I left for holidays, a package from Germany arrived. It was a grey Brabant horse painted by a friend of mine, talented artists Jeannie from Phoenix Ranch. The Brabant is the model I sculpted this year, it's a 1:32 scale and the mould's name is Cumulonimbus. This grey one got the new name, though, it's Wun Wun.
Of course, I took the model with me, he trotted in all lovely places we visited in Ireland. Hope he enjoyed as much as we do. ;)
When we came back home I put the little halter on his head. The halter was also made by Jeannie. It's really a mystery to me how such tiny halter can be made with such precision. Wun Wun joined my collection, you can see him with my other mini AR horses on the shelve.
Wonderful cliffs, silent moors, wide beaches, magnificent waterfalls, majestic ocean, isn't that island too beautiful to be real? We came back home just yesterday but I already miss the beauty of Ireland. A photo of Sliabh Liag Cliffs for your enjoyment. ;)
Thank you for visiting my blog!
Tapiroslav was all the time surprising us with his funny ideas and positive attitude even in harder moments (like standing more than a few hours in traffic jam in our way home :P )
Hope he will want to travel with us the next time too.
On the map you can see where the photos were taken.
Tapiroslav says "thank you for looking here"!
Fun fact about Mountain tapirs: they communicate by producing shrill bird-like whistles... :-)
*Learn more about Mountain tapirs on ARKive
The species is classified as endangered (EN) by the IUCN Red List 2007
About this blog :
This blog is about my collection of miniature animal models (toys and not only) and about my artworks (mainly small scale animalistic sculptures). Some posts will also be about real animals, equestrian sport and more.
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