Happy New year in a prehistoric way.

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The first piece for this 2018 is in fact the second one made (after the Dawn Horse) to this new series :”Horse Evolution” wich will hold five pieces: Hyracoterium, Mesohippus , Miohippus, Merychippus and Pliohippus .. This new piece is available at my Shop now.

equine evolution miohippus

This prehistoric fiver began some weeks ago, when I felt the irresistible desire to abandone any kind of wool fiber and just take some velvet clay (that amazing material I still don’t know what it really is) and inspired from I don’t know what, one of the biggest flying creatures that has ever lived on earth, whispered to my brain “please give me a try”. So there I went to create this Quetzalcoatlus, which I perfectly knew would be the perfect Christmas gift to my dear friend Mo…

(This is an unique sculpture and it’s not available for sale)

Hope you like it as she (and I) did.
quetzalcoatlus sculpture

      .. But the best is .. I love to create prehistoric creatures, it’s just cause I feel in absolutely freedom to recreate a “new” creature based on the existing cues; I just take the shapes from the real skeletal structures, and then the rest is all fun: colors, textures, personalities, and even some “gadgets” are just waiting on my imagination to give this ancient guys their prehistoric outfit!!!pterodactylus sculpture

quetzalcoatlus by minzoo



“CIRCUS”.. for those who still works in hard conditions for human avarice.

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He is dressed in a circus style. But he does not work in it.

He’s a tribute of all those elephants, whales, dogs, cats, bears, horses, monkeys, tigers, lions…. who works for humans with their heavy work. and painful training, to do no natural tricks to delight another humans.

I don’t like circus neither zoos; animal explotation for money must dissapear as soon as possible.

circus by minzoo horses needle felted black horse white mane tail horse white mane horse