Tsombon (caricature foal)

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Tsombon (caricature foal)

50.00

Mongolian Foal
Sculpted by Enkhtur Bayarsaikhan

LIMITED EDITION
Limited to a one mold run of ~50-60 pieces

Elfin size - 1:9 scale - foal scale
Overall dimensions: 3.75" long-from nose to hoof x
4.50" tall at ear tips

Stainless steel wire reinforcement. Unpainted and unprepped white resin.

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Tsombon was created digitally (in Zbrush) by Enkhtur.

Mongolians say that some horses are able to stand when they are born. They do not fall. These Mongolian foals are destined to become fast horses in the future.

Although small in size, its toughness is legendary, and the Mongolian horse accompanies the nomads of Mongolia in their daily lives.

Rarely did a breed play such a historic role, since it is partly thanks to the exceptional strength of the Mongolian horse that Genghis Khan could conquer an empire from China to the heart of Europe in the 13th century!

5 PRECIOUS LIVESTOCK OF MONGOLIA SERIES
Caricatures of the baby horse, cow(yak), sheep, goat and camel are represented in the 5 livestock of Mongolia series. Each is sold individually.

Enkhtur Bayarsaikhan is a character designer and 3D artist living in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. He has illustrated many books and posters and created company logos and television commercials. His work has won several awards. Enkhtur grew up nomadic and offers unique insight into his native environment through his art. Enthur’s 3D models are digitally created in Mongolia and manufactured and sold by Seunta LLC, in the USA.

The five main types of working animals of Mongolian herders – horses, camels, cows, sheep and goats – are referred to as the ‘five jewels’. These animals are not only relied upon for transportation, but also for producing essential goods such as milk and wool. Herder communities even burn their animals’ waste to heat their homes.