I am much more of a painter than a customizer actually (although this does not stop me from embarking on long involved projects...) and the majority of my work is done for my personal show string. I have done a VERY few pieces for friends, and there was one horse available by auction at JAHS 2000. I also work VERY VERY SLOWLY, which is part of the reason I do not take custom orders at this time.
Anyway. I have decided to group horses by name for the moment, since there aren't a slew of them. There are pictures of both sides of each model, and a description and whatnot, so enjoy. These are listed in roughly chronological order.
I work in oils unless otherwise noted. I use Carol William's wonderful book "Color Formulas and Techniques for the Model Horse Artist" for information and color formulas. I highly recommend this book if you've never painted anything before. Although it does mainly discuss using oils, stuff in this book can be adapted to arcrylics.
Psuedolous-"Vigil" resincast in bay
Akasha-Hartland "Lady Jewel" in dapple gray
Coloboma-Hartland "Jade" in foal coat red chestnut
Holland Daze-Pour Horse "Saucy" in Belgian blonde
Stuart-Black Horse Ranch "Companion" in bay
Chatham Challenge-Animal Artistry mini TWH in a funky flaxen chestnut
Not Impressed-Black Horse Ranch weanling in palimino
Polka Parr T-Black Horse Ranch reiner in bay
Miracle Max-"Showman" resin cast in dark bay minimal tobiano
The Lone Gunman-"Infinity" resincast in chestnut sabino
Rocky Racoon-"Bolero" resincast in chestnut tobiano
Ghandi-Franklin Mint "Extended Trot" Lippizanner in bay tobiano
Alapalooza-"Okie Rio" resincast in buckskin
In progress-no pictures at the moment, but...an AA mini rearing shire, an AA mini Dartmoor, Parr's Dream Doll, Marshall, AA relaxing Arab mare, a china Lippizanner...and a couple others...