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Old 09-15-2020, 02:38 PM
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Falabella Miniature Horse

There are two Falabella Miniature Horse models on the Canon site: this is the more complex one. And they're not joking about the miniature bit either - this little fellow stands just 6.5cm from the bottom of his hooves to the tips of his ears. He's strong-willed though.

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That is small. Looks good, though.
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Looking good. I just wish he had designed it to have full legs, not half legs
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Old 09-15-2020, 08:19 PM
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Cute.
But note - that's a paper model of a miniature horse, not a miniature paper model of a horse.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Miniature_horse
For longer legs try
https://creativepark.canon/en/contents/CNT-0011394/index.htm

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Old 09-17-2020, 03:13 PM
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Hello, horse-lovers. I agree about the legs, V_K, but at this small size, and from a building point of view, I'm glad they were only half done.
That's a good quote, Don. Sum's it up nicely.
And db-sa: I prefer to think of it as a miniature paper model of a miniature horse!
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I was trying to find an example of how I handled u-shaped legs on some of the Canon beasts, but I must have given them away. They are truly some of the easiest models to find homes for
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I prefer to think of it as a miniature paper model of a miniature horse!
I can live with that.
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