Here are all three sizes of the Celtic Pony – 3.25″, 1.5″ and 7/8″. I used the same glaze on all three, and fired them together, but for some reason the smallest one came out a very different shade of green. That’s part of the fun of ceramics. You never know exactly what you are going to get until you open the kiln!
I have another neat trick with moldmaking that I want to share, but I need to color-correct the photos first. Hopefully I’ll get those up this weekend.
Edit: I forgot to mention. I made another of the smallest size, and placed a tab on the back to make it a button. My only problem was that I didn’t mark the mold before I pressed the clay, so I had to guess how to orient the tab. I guessed wrong, so it’s oddly oriented relative the the direction of the pony. But it’s a really cute button otherwise! And now I have the mold marked for the future.