My Jelli

As promised, here is the Jellibaby that Addi brought and that I glazed while she was here. I’ve named her “Maisy”. I usually give horses done during artist gatherings names that somehow remind me of the time I spent, and with her I wanted something to remind me of the time I spent with both Addi and Mel. Since she didn’t remotely look like a Trogdar (my youngest son’s preference), I chose a diminutive version of “maize” for our time in the Maize Maze. (Don’t worry Mel – I have evil plans to reflect Trogdar in one of your horses’ names!)

I had originally thought I would sell her and keep the second (as yet unfinished) Jellibaby, but I want to wait and pair her with one of Addi’s really neat mares once they are ready. I have her mother’s color pictured so clearly in my mind that I need to make them a pair. But that isn’t going to happen unless I place her out of sight in the back of the china cabinet before I get more attached to her. She’s a really cute baby!

I am also color-correcting pictures of Addi’s second Vixen/Imp pair. She’ll probably run those on her own blog, so watch there for them.

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2 Responses to My Jelli

  1. mel October 23, 2009 at 11:17 pm #

    Hmm. Something related to Trogdor? Best not to tempt the kiln gods with anything “Burninator” related, so I’ll just wait to see what it is…

    And I can’t quite believe that I last saw that Jelli with a wee bit of nose pink and some shell hooves! Wow, is that a wonderful transformation!

  2. Lesli Kathman October 24, 2009 at 9:11 am #

    Hahahaha! (singing) Burninating all the little ponieeeees!!!

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