It all started when I found this old, poor and forgotten horse toy in my parents’ farmstead. It seemed so melancholy and careless that I felt a relentless desire to revive it. To experience together the adventures we never used to have. So I decided to make it the main hero of my stories. Before taking photo of each scene, I was working for hours to fix every single detail with transparent thin line and other “invisible” material. In these photo editing software times I just wanted to prepare everything by my hands. Maybe slower and much more complicated, but...
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