How to Make a Crazy Horse Statue with Wire Art
A few weeks ago, I was visiting my parents in the US and I was inspired by the crazy horse sculpture they had built for their daughter, Mimi.
It was a large sculpture of a black horse with two legs and a tail that was a bit of a shock to see on a wall.
The sculpture was painted black with a grey background.
I was so happy to see that my mother’s painting was a little more vibrant than the other pieces on the wall, and was also a little bit taller.
Mimi’s mother, Marla, who had her first child when she was 25, had always been interested in art, so when she saw the sculpture, she asked me to paint it, and I told her I could.
When we got home and put the pieces together, I knew I wanted to paint Mimi’s piece.
A few weeks later, I got the call that my mum’s sculpture was finished and she had given permission to paint her piece, and that she would like me to have a look at it.
After a few days of getting ready and waiting, I went to my studio and started painting.
While I was painting, I realized I needed to paint the horse’s head to match the body of the sculpture.
Once I was finished, I used a paintbrush to add some shading to the head to make it look more human, and to help it blend into the wall.
After a few more hours, I started to paint over the shading to create the full-color face.
The final result looks like a really cute and cute-looking horse.
As you can see, the face is a little on the cheeky side, and a little exaggerated.
But the head and the body are both really cute.
If you’re interested in painting crazy horse sculptures, check out this post about using wire art to paint a horse head.