Tuesday, January 27, 2009

Models & Wolves

This handsome fellow is called "Romeo" he's a wild Alaskan Wolf without a pack that lives out near Mendenhall Glacier area. I was sitting not 25 feet away when I shot these pictures. And then, as we were driving off, he stood, lifted his muzzle to the wind, and howled. It was the sweetest music I think Ive ever herd.

Introducing "KGs Smokin' Prideful" and his filly "KGs Prideful Rose"
Dapple Grey Peruvian Paso Stallion, and Black going Grey Reverse Dapple Filly, this pair is owned by Jennifer Selby and I cant wait to see how they do in ther show ring!

This handsome fellow in "KGs Moove To The Groove" and owned by Deb Buckler of Resins by Randy. He's the Traditional scale 'Dartanian' Morgan by Kitty Cantrell, with a custom sculpted mane, tail & fetlocks by Deb Buckler. Paint to a yummy Dark Bay Tobiano. And trust me, these photos dont do justice to the depth of his paint job. His real life color is very rich and beautifully shaded.

Saturday, January 10, 2009

New Custom!

Thats right, New Customs are here!
"KGs Sky Rocket" Mahogany Bay Tovero Mustang Stallion! This hot little Stablemate Scale resin will be on his way back to EquineARt Creations come Monday! He'll be for sale there as well.
First up. "KGs Precious Lady" Llama Momma Resin by Jannet Eddington, also with her baby "KGs Little Preciouse" this pair will be shipped come monday back to Resins by Randy.
"KGs Jazz Machine" a stunning dapple bay tobiano gypsy vanner stallion. Completed on the Resins by Randy 'Metolious' mold. This handsome gentleman is owned by my sister, Kathy Gouyton.
"KGs Raspberry Wine" Raspberry Red Chestnut Tobiano North American Draft Mare! This lovely little lady is the Breyer Stablemate G3 Belgian and is for sale for $55.

"KGs Flight of Fantasy" is a Mahogany Bay Roan-Brindle-Sabino Gypsy Vanner Gelding. Done on the Breyer Stablemate G3 Friesian Mold. He's available for $60.
"KGs Chocolate Fun Chip" is a Liver Chestnut Blanket Appaloosa Gelding. Done on the Breyer Stablemate G2 Appaloosa Mold. You can take him home for only $60. This little guy is loaded with details.