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EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY
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KODAK CD33 ZOOM DIGITAL CAMERA
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Jan 6, 2005, 6:44:44 AM
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Breyer Dressage Horse by CatWink Breyer Dressage Horse by CatWink
Again, another REALLY old photo, one of the first I ever took. It could use some improvement, but I still love it. :love:





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HorseloverAgain Featured By Owner Apr 20, 2013  Student General Artist
I love that horse! [link]
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GodRules311 Featured By Owner Apr 10, 2010
As I said earlier I love this Model it's my favorite! The picture is beautiful!
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horselover1778 Featured By Owner Apr 9, 2010
how much would u charge 2 sell your tack
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CatWink Featured By Owner Apr 12, 2010
It depends on how much work and material went into it, but it's usually around 20-30 for a saddle and 10-15 for a bridle. I don't have any for sale right now, but if I do, it'll be in my journal.:D
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the-anime-horse606 Featured By Owner Sep 4, 2009
I would've made the rider sit up a little more, but otherwise this is a beautiful shot :clap:
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CatWink Featured By Owner Oct 19, 2009
Thank you! Hehehe...She has a bit of a rubber back problem, literally...Lol!
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the-anime-horse606 Featured By Owner Oct 19, 2009
oh, lol haha
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CatWink Featured By Owner Oct 20, 2009
:)
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suitkatt7tophatt Featured By Owner Mar 5, 2009
I have done this with the same mold and doll before at a live show and have found that the Keltic Salerno mold works better for dressage. Acording to the judge this modle is not realy suited to dressage because his back legs are too far back for a stop at shuch a high level test, at dressage stops the horses legs should be square. And some things you minght want to think about next time; dressage bridles are completely black exsept for the nose band and brow band that are white, and your girth is too far back try sliding it up closer to his elbows. But otherwise it looks beautiful!
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CatWink Featured By Owner Mar 16, 2009
Yeah, believe me, I did this at the very dawn of my model horse photographing hobby, I didn't pay much mind to th little details! Lol!! I was always gonna do a re-take, but I wanted to wait until I mad a better bridel and saddle. (Still havn't gotten around to that.) Anyway, the bridle was modeled after a Lipizzaner Classical Dressage bridel, it's kinda out of place on this guy, but hey! I was a kid!! Lol!


Thanks for the tips though!!!:hug:
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