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Chasing down some winter strays. They turned left at the bluff. The rider didn't see it soon enough. The horse skidded to a halt and oops....











 

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Excellent.

And, you folks get "real" quantities of snow to have fun in.

Very nice work, indeed. That's a mighty cool looking figure.
 

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We sure do. 7 feet fell in Dec alone. Here is my driveway as of yesterday....



Parking area beside the garage

 

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Your stuff is always so good, your approach to these shoots is very realistic. This situation is both serious and humorous.
 

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Thanks for the comments. The livestock are Breyer bulls. One I got from EBay and the other from a friend.
 

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Silly question perhaps, and I am sure someone has probably asked this before BUT.....So you take your SEALS out for a dip in the water, you take your cowboy out in the snow, heck some people take their figures into creek beds. Now that they've been immersed substantially, what do you do to them OR for that matter their uniforms after that OTHER than let them dry out? I gotta know what all everyone does as it's driving me nuts to commit to a full on water dio for SEALS and desert strikers.

Great work by the way.
 

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Beautiful work, beautiful figures nicely used. You're still making great use of that pristine white snow, I see - and it seems to be at just the right consistency to be responsive to manipulation, and to look credible in a 1/6 scale. Great result.
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Thanks guys. As far as the snow goes, I just brush them off and stand them on a towel until they drip dry. The other option is a hair dryer.
 
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