(produced by Aspen Leaf Studios and Mountain View Studios)

Uilleam depicts a Clydesdale gelding roaring down the field, feathers and mane flying wildly in his joy. His name is the Scottish gaelic version of William as a nod to this breed's roots, and is pronounced 'ool' like cool and 'yum' like yummy. Clydesdales are famous in the States for pulling the Anheiser Bush wagons, though they started life as work horses in Scotland. Clydesdales should look handsome, weighty and powerful, but have a gaiety of carriage adn outlook. You can see in Uilleam's expression that gaiety. During my reasearch in sculpting Uilleam, I found that a general consensus existed in the overal appearance of the Clydesdale. That they should be narrow from the front view, and wide from the side view. These are not heavy draft horses, but more of the showier type with a lofty gait.

EDITION INFO: Uilleam is a big boy being a draft horse and is what I would consider to be large traditional scale. He will be limited to a one-mold run; or if there is enough demand, a two-mold run. Painters don't despair over his size as he is hollow-cast with wire reinforcements and as such is very light to hold. Instead of a base, he will have a small acrylic rod in his left front hoof for support to stand properly.

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