Thursday, March 30, 2017
An "updated" reworked stablemate cm mustang.
One of my customers was nice enough to send back and older piece that I'd created back in 2004. It was broken and needed some TLC, so I updated him to be LSQ again. This guy is made from the rearing fat bloaty stablemate G2 arab with a TB head. I did a lot of reworking and sculpting to the plastic to make him look like an appropriate mustang. The updated version turned out to be a cute little buggar. His new range base is made out of an old coat button - how's that for ingenuity...? Ha ha!
Posted by Shannon Mayfield at 12:16 PM
Saturday, March 25, 2017
Wednesday, March 22, 2017
On tap for dinner tonight is my homemade pot stickers. (I make some BIGGUN stickers...) =:) They're one of my favorite meals to create.
My shell pinching isn't as pretty as some of the ones that I've seen on the internet, but hey - it tastes just as good! I can generally put just about any kind of meat in the stickers, but tonight I decided on a shrimp scampi. Along with the shrimp there is: cream cheese, fresh cilantro, and some Italian herbs for seasoning. It was tasty and filling....
Posted by Shannon Mayfield at 7:16 PM
I REALLY like this video! Normally I don't care for most of the promos for our breed, but this is one of the better clips that I've seen in a long time. Even though the stallion is on the smaller side, it just doesn't matter! This rider has a GREAT relationship with his horse. It does my heart good to see this, and it helps to restore my faith just a little bit. There might be some hope after all...
Posted by Shannon Mayfield at 8:48 AM
Tuesday, March 21, 2017
Thursday, March 9, 2017
Saturday, March 4, 2017
Jydam in regular bronze patina and also in polished bronze. Both versions are scheduled to be in juried art shows this year. I'm happy she looks good in a variety of different finishes! Yay!
Posted by Shannon Mayfield at 10:08 PM
Wednesday, March 1, 2017
An older perlino Iberian custom that I did several years ago. I remember that I created him when the Salinero mold was brand new from Breyer. Not sure if the original owner Betsy Valley still owns him or if he's moved to a new home.
|The photo is courtesy of Kim Ford, at the 2010 North American Nationals.|
Posted by Shannon Mayfield at 8:12 AM