Wednesday, November 02, 2011

A Cowboy Pony

Here is a pony I just wrapped up today.  After Dayton he's headed to Indiana to help herd any bovines in the area.  While I had a choice of the type of coloring to use I really like the coloring of a Buckskin so that's what he is.  Matt Dillon rode a Buckskin so he comes from a good lineage.
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Hope you like him and your comments are appreciated.  More photos in the Gallery.

12 comments:

  1. Another beauty from the horse master.. nice Lynn

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  2. A great looking quine...you have a real touch when it comes to horses, your love of the critters is evident. I know his new owner will cherish him and display him with pride. How did Oklahoma City go...give us a report of the show please?

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  3. Hi ,Lynn great carving but thats all you give inspired creative and clever wish I had your health and talent ,Allan G

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  4. This is a very nice pony, I love him.

    I am working on one myself, based on your instructions, an I must say that I find this one very inspiring for mine.

    Thanks for sharing your work.

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  5. As always a great job that is inspiring to many of us. I too think the new owner will be very happy with this pony.

    Ron

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  6. I am going to give him a good home and hopefully our club will use him to help us make our own herd.

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  7. You are a true master Lynn, and I love this horse. fred k

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  8. Another great piece. See you in less than a week now. There will not be enough time at Dayton to see all the great work that people put out but I'm sure going to try! Safe travels to all.

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  9. Lynn, I love your horses......

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  10. Another great job, Lynn!

    I hope to get a chance to meet you at Dayton. I got my dibs in early enough this year to combine a grandkids visit (in Columbus)with a detour west to the Dayton Show.

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  11. Howdy Mr. Doughty, I think that almost rhymes. Anyway, I have been viewing your videos and checking out your blog and website. I am a real newbie at woodcarving so you are a great inspiration to me. I truly appreciate all the time and effort and expense you have put into your teachings. Thank you so much from someone truly in awe.

    Ray (Huntington Beach, Ca.)

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