For Sale

Forums

Photos

Politics
Login to PonyBox!               Create Account
Model Horse Video
 By T W I   •   6th Jun 2010   •   6,425 views   •   20 comments
Model Horse VideoI started on this project basically as soon as you announced it. I shot the first few nature clips at the beginning during the first few days and the scene where Bayfire is first seen standing at the fence. The clips after that I attempted to shoot on the first few days too, but eventually threw those out and re-did them weeks later. For a couple of weeks I was held up by technical difficulties, as I could not get the videos from our camera to the computer. Finally I downloaded some freeware from Koyote.com, which solved the problem.

I was the voice of Bayfire (No, I don‘t have an English accent), I took all the videos and moved Bayfire around for most of them. The main theme of part 1 was Bayfire longing for freedom and then escaping. I finally finished it on May 11th.


I was inspired to put part 2 in (The part where Bayfire is seen from the eyes of humans) by my little brother, who commented that it seemed a little weird that people were not involved in the movie at all. For the scene where Bayfire is attempting to cross the Carson “river” (our pool), my mom acted as the reporter as well as recording the video, my little brother made the waves on an inner-tube, my dad rigged up a fancy string mechanism that made Bayfire float upright in the water, which he and I held from opposite sides of the pool. The last family member, my little sister kept our rooster quiet. It was a very complicated scene, but it worked! Well, for the most part.

Part 3 was simply just showing the horse getting out of the Carson, some scenes of her galloping and finally finding the long-awaited herd. I actually don’t own most of the Breyers in the last scene. A girl from my riding lessons who collects Breyers with her mom let me use a few from her collection. I had a lot of fun making this video and it has been a great summer break project for me. Overall I’ve spent around 8 hours on the 3 minute video.
Model Horse Video
Horse News More In This Category:  General      Horse News More From This Author:  T W I >
 More News by T W I
How To Edit A Background From Boring To Beautiful   26th Dec 2012   •   1180 views
How To Edit A Background From Boring To Beautiful While in an equine photo manipulation, the horse is the focal point of the image, a gorgeous background can add much to the overall impact of your creation. Here are several tips and tricks to get that dreamy, beautiful background that you’ve always wanted. First, pick out an appropriate background stock from a site like DeviantArt. Make sure the backgrou . . .
 
How to Draw Horse Hooves on Photoshop   4th Oct 2012   •   1914 views
How to Draw Horse Hooves on Photoshop We’ve all encountered that perfect stock image, a sleek, well positioned horse that will fit nicely in the background we’ve picked out for our manip - except for one little detail. Dirty, gross-looking hooves. What now? Do we just abandon our stock horse in search of another with more manageable hooves? Unfortunately, most of our equine friends have an irres . . .
 
How to Draw a Black Mane and Tail using Photoshop   3rd Sep 2012   •   3367 views
How to Draw a Black Mane and Tail using Photoshop This is my second tutorial on the painting of manes and tails! My previous one detailed how to draw chestnut manes and tails, and since the process is very different for black hair, I thought I’d make a whole new tutorial specifically for black hair! Please note that since tutorial involves a lot of hand painting, a tablet is very important to make sure that . . .
 
Horse Graphics - How to Draw Scars Using Photoshop   19th Aug 2012   •   2679 views
Horse Graphics - How to Draw Scars Using Photoshop Ever wondered how to draw scars on an equine, if you're looking for a a battle-weary impact, but don't want to draw gore? This tutorial will cover the process of painting scars onto a horse, using very little but our good old photoshop paintbrush. The scars we will be drawing will have a reddish, just-healed look to them, not like the old, white scratches th . . .
 
Photoshop - How to Give a Black Horse White Facial Markings   27th Jul 2012   •   3069 views
Photoshop - How to Give a Black Horse White Facial Markings Ever wanted to give a horse facial markings, like stars or snips, but don’t know how? Today we are going to learn how to change the color of a horse’s whole face, to make the bald face marking. This tutorial should be applicable to creating any white facial marking, however. Today we are going to learn how to change a black horse’s face to white. Black . . .
 
Unicorn Moon - Part 3 of 3   27th Jun 2012   •   1360 views
Unicorn Moon - Part 3 of 3 Exactly one month later, Ophaile’s lunar cycle became Full Moon. Sharnyi, the moon of the Kelpies, became Dark Moon, invisible in the sky. The two moons cycled exactly opposite of each other, so once a year, Sharnyi would disappear and simultaneously, Ophaile would arrive at its zenith, signaling a new year for the Unicorns. Without Sharnyi’s presence in . . .
 
How To Effectively Blur Horse Manipulations   20th Jun 2012   •   2083 views
How To Effectively Blur Horse Manipulations We have all seen images where the subject, maybe a flower or a human, is in crackling sharp clarity, but the background is just a blur of colors. Something about these always strikes the eye as more professional than the ones where everything is in focus, no matter the distance apart. Perhaps the fact the subject is undoubtedly highlighted while everything e . . .
 
Unicorn Moon - Part 2 of 3   12th Jun 2012   •   1404 views
Unicorn Moon - Part 2 of 3 The girl cried out, pleading with the people on shore. Though no words formed, her mouth choked with salt water, it was clear that she was begging for succor. Pendant’s teeth were clenched as he stared down at the dark, milling forms on shore. No one made a move to enter the infested waters, though they called out across the crimson waves at girl, still stru . . .
 
  View All News by T W I
27 - 28 July Eventing Show - Part One I had two mounts at this show: My own horse, Finola, doing her first 90cm event, and a client’s horse, Pride, in her second event at 70cm. Pride is a five year old mare, Appaloosa cross Warmblood, who I have been tra . . .
Retraining a Racehorse - Moonfire (Week 6) On Saturday morning I dragged myself out of bed, sick as I was, to get ready for the little practice show I had planned to attend. To my absolute dismay, I found that my darling brother had used up all the hot water, so . . .
Perfection has its flaws - The story of Polo This is the story of my horse, Polo. Yet it is not only about Polo, because you see her story is my story. In this day and age we often see things that have come to be known as 'fursonas', virtual creatures that Internet . . .
The Fall On 22 August 2010 I attended a small practice jumping show. After entering my young horse, Moonfire, in the 60cm and 70cm class I took him home to fetch my brilliant little pony, Tempest, for a friend of mine to ride. Th . . .
Crazy Stunts with Olop - Jumping Backwards - Part 1 Who is Olop, you ask? Well, that is my new nickname for Polo. Read on, and I daresay the reason will soon become clear. Those of you who know me will surely know that I am somewhat ‘lacking’ in the sanity division. In . . .
Getsu - Chapter One The stallion stalked silently through the night, his pale coat gleaming like an embodiment of the moonlight shining down on his back. Muscles rippled beneath his sleek coat as he strode confidently forward on flint-hard . . .
Crazy Stunts with Olop - Jumping Backwards - Part 3 What was my revolutionary idea, you ask? Well, it came to me one day when I was riding with a friend, without the supervision of either my mother or my instructor, as usual. I decided that if I was going to try riding ba . . .
The Many Moods of Mares Explained Mares are wonderful, amazing creatures. Although usually less ‘flashy’ than their male counterparts, it’s a well-known fact that mares frequently offer double the performance, and often put in twice the effort. Mares sim . . .
The Impossible - The Story of Choc - Part 2 When I got to Choc, she seemed relatively unscathed. There was barely a mark on her elbow, just one little cut, and yet she could barely put weight on it when she walked. The vet had been already, and said to monitor her . . .
Escape - Attacked While Riding Alone The man started groping in my pocket than, and I soon found myself screaming hysterically at him that I didn’t have anything for him. He motioned for me to be quiet, and though I knew it was useless, I yelled at him to l . . .
 
Terms & Conditions     Privacy     About Us     Contact Us     Moderators
Ponybox LLC  All Rights Reserved 2002 - 2014