Wow! That was fast! Thank you all so much! All castings have currently sold out but there will be some more available at Breyerfest 2018.
These castings only happen when there's some extra resin in the studio and for as long as the mold holds up. They are not a consistant edition so I recommend grabbing one when you see them available here if you don't want to miss out completely. ;)
REMEMBER! Even though I did some extra cleaning, these still need more prepping prior to priming and painting. You will need some form of sculpting epoxy or filler putty to fill deep seams, divots and some pinholes. They're a little rougher than normal castings so they will still need a little extra TLC --hence the low price ;) They contain seams and may also contain some minor imperfections, rough edges, pinholes, small air bubbles, etc that will need prepping and smoothing before painting. You may also notice some grey or white epoxy on your model where I cleaned up and/or fixed up the cast for you in order to make your prepping easier. This is completely normal.
Second Castings: Direct from the mold and not so perfect. Requires a higher level of preparation before paint. Contains a decent amount of flaws/bubbles/imperfections/rough edges / missing parts, etc. Re-sculpting will most likely be needed. Not for the inexperienced. For available seconds for sale, please click HERE.
"Lil' Cutie Mule/Donkey"
Introducing Lil' Cuties!
First in the series is a little mischievous resin mule/donkey for your painting pleasure :)
Measures approximately 3.25" H (including ear) x 2.5" wide (Head to butt) x just over 1.5" Thick.
These will not be a regular run. They are only cast with extra resin when I have it which is pretty rare. So if you're eyeing this cutie, be sure to snatch it up because there is no telling when/if there will be more! So far there are 16 total in the edition. (One reserved for the artist and the remainder were sold as regular castings, multi color castings and second castings).
NOTE: You may notice some grey and/or white epoxy on your castings. This is completely normal. Reason being is that these little ones didn't come out of the mold as the "cleanest" of castings (some deep seams, large air bubbles, some ear tips missing, etc.). Therefore, I did have to do some extra clean up and fixing to make them more presentable to you so your workload on prepping isn't so great. You will need some form of sculpting epoxy or filler putty to fill deep seams, divots and pinholes. They're a little rougher than normal castings so they will still need a little extra TLC --hence the low price ;)
Permissions: I retain all copyrights to this piece. However, you may customize these in any way you wish but you may not cast your final result or claim credit for my work. You must also disclose any changes to the piece whenever shared or sold. Thanks!