Idea Gallery: Sculpture

Artist: Jaime Baker

"I paint realistic equine sculptures for a living. The body color on these horses were strictly done using your pigments. How we horse artists do it is we apply a layer of the dry pigments to the horse with a brush and then seal with clear matte sealer. Then we apply more layers and slowly build the color up, sealing between each layer of color. The light horse took about 8 layers and the darker one took about 10. I have always used crushed up pastels in the past, but your pigments get the job done faster in laying down more pigment and they go on smoother as well. Your pigments are the finest I have ever come across and I just wanted to say thank you."

Jaime Baker website