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All of my videos will work with pastels or pigments. The technique is exactly the same, it may just take more layers with pastels.
'All videos are available in both NTSC and PAL format. I will ship the correct video format based on your location and shipping address (US/Canada or Overseas).
BEST DEAL!!! The Complete 8-DVD Set (11 Total Discs)

     Set includes:
          • White Markings: A How-To Guide for Smooth White Markings and Patterns in Acrylics DVD
          • Prepping the Plastic Pony DVDs
          • Creating a Flaxen Liver Chestnut with Pure Pigments DVD
          • How To Pastel a Dapple Grey DVDs
          • Creating a Buckskin with Pure Pigments DVD
          • Creating a Varnish Roan Appaloosa in Mixed Media DVDs
          • How to Create a Black with Pigments or Pastels DVD
          • Creating a Bay with Pure Pigments DVD
     $140.00 for the entire set, normally $185.00 sold individually.

$140.00 USD (DVDs)  +  
* If purchasing multiple DVDs for international shipment, only pay shipping once.

The Color 6-DVD Set (8 Total Discs)

     **Does NOT include White Markings or Prepping DVDs
     Set includes:
          • Creating a Flaxen Liver Chestnut with Pure Pigments DVD
          • How To Pastel a Dapple Grey DVDs
          • Creating a Buckskin with Pure Pigments DVD
          • Creating a Varnish Roan Appaloosa in Mixed Media DVDs
          • How to Create a Black with Pigments or Pastels DVD
          • Creating a Bay with Pure Pigments DVD
     $115.00 for the entire set, normally $135.00 sold individually.

$115.00 USD (DVDs)  +  
* If purchasing multiple DVDs for international shipment, only pay shipping once.

White Markings: A How-To Guide for Smooth White Markings and Patterns in Acrylics

     Run time is approximately 1 hour 40 minutes long (100 minutes total).
     This video is full of information! Say goodbye to brush strokes and globby markings and HELLO to a smooth finish! Here is a quick list of some of the things covered in the video:
          • Brushes (different shapes, bristles, brush techniques, etc)
          • Paints (quality, characteristics, etc)
          • Thinning Acrylics
          • Using Glazing Medium
          • Using a Carbide Scraper with acrylics
          • Buffing the Horse
          • Using Gesso
          • How to keep white markings from looking like they are sitting 'on top' of the coat
          • Various techniques for regular markings (face and legs), Sabino Markings, Tobiano markings, Appaloosa blanket techniques
          • Various mapping and haloing techniques
          • Various Techniques on Roaning
          • AND MORE!!!
$25.00 USD (DVD)  +  
* If purchasing multiple DVDs for international shipment, only pay shipping once.

Prepping the Plastic Pony

     Prepping the Plastic Pony is a 2 Disc set and is approximately 2 hours and 35 minutes long (155 minutes).
     Some of the topics that are in the video are:
          • Prepping of course (seams, pinholes, gouges, divots, sanding, dremeling, washing, difference between prepping resins vs plastics, and more). Prepping in the video is done on an old mold Breyer so LOTS of issues to go over!
          • Spraying technique (for primers and sealers)
          • Evening out a crooked face (brief on creating nostrils, fixing crooked mouths, etc)
          • Leveling hooves
          • Carving Hooves
          • Creating Genitals (mares, stallions and geldings)
          • Creating veins, chestnuts and more
          • Resculpting ears (from scratch w/ baking soda and super, rotating an existing ear)
          • Fixing Warped or Bent Legs
          • Fixing Broken legs
          • Resculpting Manes and Tails
          • Buffing a horse for pastels or pigments (and for white markings)
Some of those segments are quicky segments with enough info to get you started. Like the ears, I didn't finish the ear out, i just show how to create it and I go over tools used for shaping and so on. Same goes for the leg repair. I show you how to fix the leg but I don't go over the final sculpting with apoxy. Some information is repetitive (difference between resins and plastics for example) since I never know if someone is going to buy the video just for a few segments but not watch the whole thing through. So I did want to keep some of that info in a couple of different sections for good measure. But it’s all verbal info. You won’t be seeing the same things over and over.

$25.00 USD (DVD)  +  
* If purchasing multiple DVDs for international shipment, only pay shipping once.

Creating a Flaxen Liver Chestnut with Pure Pigments

     Run time is approximately 1 hour 20 minutes long (80 minutes total).
     **Before going into all of the details please be aware, this video does NOT go over the white markings done to this horse. I will have a separate video in the next couple of months that will go over all types of white markings (appaloosa, tobiano, overo, sabinos and normal markings). Also, even though Pure Pigments were used in the creation of this horse, pastels can be substituted for the pigments. They both are applied exactly the same way. Colors may vary and it may take more layers with pastels as opposed to pure pigments.
     This video is perfect for the beginner and for those that battle grain, sealer problems and more. Many problems occurred during this pony's creation. You get to see those problems AND how to fix them! Problems that occurred and were resolved are:
          • Had a darker color in my brush when I went to apply a lighter color. I go over how to subdue/get rid of that darker color (AFTER the sealer was applied).
          • Uneven/splotchy application of color and how to fix before you seal.
          • Grain issues (what grain looks like, how to resolve it)
          • What to do when you spit on your horse
          • What to do when your color goes too red/orange (in this case, the flaxen mane and tail)
          • What *can* happen if you seal too close. Except instead of normal separation this actually went all the way down to the white coat!
And even after all of those problems, the little bugger still turned out just fine.

$15.00 USD (DVD)  +  
* If purchasing multiple DVDs for international shipment, only pay shipping once.

How To Pastel a Dapple Grey

     Runtime is approx 2 hours 15 minutes and is split up onto 2 Discs. Discs will be in Slimline Jewel Cases packaged in clear cello bags.
     Things discussed in the video:
          • Tools and Supplies
          • Various Dappling Techniques
          • How to do different shaped dapples
          • Acrylic Detailing on the Body
          • Using a White Charcoal Pencil
          • Using pastels or pigments for the tail
          • Acrylic blending techniques for the tail
     And LOTS more!

$30.00 USD (DVDs)  +  
* If purchasing multiple DVDs for international shipment, only pay shipping once.

Creating a Buckskin with Pure Pigments

     This DVD goes over the creation of a very dramatic, sooty buckskin. Even though pigments were used in the video, pastels may be substituted since the application is exactly the same. Also, additional information is given on how to take this horse to a palomino instead of a buckskin.
     Runtime is approx 80 minutes (1 hour 20 minutes)
     Things discussed in the video:
          • Dappling techniques
          • ‘Cheating’ on leg markings
          • Shifting colors from too warm to cooler and vice versa
          • Picking the right markings
          • Dealing with grain (and how to avoid it in the beginning)
     And LOTS more!

$25.00 USD (DVD)  +  
* If purchasing multiple DVDs for international shipment, only pay shipping once.

Creating a Varnish Roan Appaloosa in Mixed Media

     This horse is done in a mixed media of pastels and acrylics. Some pigments were used but are not necessary (pastels can be substituted for pigments like always). This instructional video was done on my 2010 NAN Donation.
     This is a 2 Disc set and is approximately 2 hours and 40 minutes long. Chock full of information!
     Tons of stuff discussed in this video from:
          • Roaning in acrylics
          • Roaning in pastels or pigments
          • Doing two toned tails in acrylics or pigments/pastels
          • 4-5 different methods of haloing around the spots. These same methods can be used for mapping on tobianos, sabinos, overos, and leg and face markings.
          • Mottling on the face and groin
          • How to smooth out white markings and rough surface areas
          • Using a carbide scraper to create hair detail
     And MUCH MORE!

$35.00 USD (DVDs)  +  
* If purchasing multiple DVDs for international shipment, only pay shipping once.

How to Create a Black with Pigments or Pastels

     The video is just over 1 hour long. This is a two part video (not 2 discs, just 2 parts). The first part is ‘How to Create a Seal Brown/Warm toned Black’ and the second part is ‘How to Create a Cool Toned or Blue Black’. Two different horses, two different ‘tones’. There is some dappling that occurs in the cool toned black segment, but it’s so hard to see if you REALLY want to see dappling I suggest the Buckskin or Dapple Gray Videos since those are done on a lighter horse. There’s also a small extra segment in the Seal Brown section that goes over how I do wispy appy markings. No spots or anything, just those little wispy blankets. I kept that section short and didn’t go into much since I will be doing the White Markings video that will cover a wide range of white markings and how-tos.

$15.00 USD (DVD)  +  
* If purchasing multiple DVDs for international shipment, only pay shipping once.

Creating a Bay with Pure Pigments

     This is a very ‘quick’ bay taking very few layers (about 12-15 or so I think...haven’t counted them up). Because it’s quick, I do have a section on how to ‘back a horse out’ because I ran into some issues. Some dappling is also covered in the video. Issues such as grain and unevenness of color are encountered and discussed on the video (what causes it, how to fix it). This is a nice medium bay but I also go over how to change up your colors for a lighter bay and a darker bay. This video is just over 1 hour long.

$15.00 USD (DVD)  +  
* If purchasing multiple DVDs for international shipment, only pay shipping once.

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