Reconsidered my show string and decided to keep the roping set and sell the pleasure one instead. (Also to motivate me to make that natural-tone pleasure set I'm dreaming of). That ad will be up on MH$P this afternoon, at a price much lower than what I imagine I'll sell future Western sets for, considering its little flaws I overlooked while making it, thinking, "It's for my own show string, and I don't mind them." Siiigh.
Which is also exciting because this is my first ever (mini) Western saddle going off into the world! Fly, my pretty!
Today I'm also hopefully putting a dent in the tan hunter bridle I need for an order...
...and painting a donkey, because I'm in love with this little mold, and in love with painting it.
|One of my past endeavors on this mold, circa early July.|
I'm also going to visit my good friend the Post Office man, hopefully getting new pics of the racing set on a chestnut horse (maybe horse color will be an incentive to buy? Worth a shot?), and maybe even writing the last post in the Building Blocks series!
(P.S.- while shamelessly Googling myself to try and find that outside link to the racing set's post, I learned that there is a race horse out there called Exit Stage Left:
I don't follow racing at all, and I didn't even read up on him, but there ya go! I feel a connection.)