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Author Topic: Help with Horse anatomy. Redlines, please. Advice, too. Crits!  (Read 958 times)

Offline Tate



The close leg really bothers me.. And I'm not sure if anything else is wrong... So, a little help, please?

 
        

Offline Goldrush

Dyunno if this will help.

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Offline Tonks

I agree that the nose is a bit short, and maybe a little flat?

This would be a good reference for you to use, for this particular pose. Notice how there's a lot of bumps and dips, unlike a regular animal muzzle. The ears could be a bit thinner, as well. c:

What I notice about the leg is it looks a little long. If you want a good level of symmetry, you must make the illusion that the front leg is also bent like the far one is.

Uhm.. I also notice that the arms might be thin in comparison to the rest of her body proportions.

I hope that helped! <3

Offline Tate

Thank you, both of you. :> It's been a while since I've gotten serious crit.

I'm thinking I might just make the muzzle in to a large nose, like the rest of my style--I'd probably be much more comfortable, with that.

I'm going to need much more work on my legs, though. :> thank you for your advice.

Offline Goldrush

No problem, I just hope it was helpful, it's looking good so far though. :)
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Offline Artspace

Good pose.  I like looking at art that has life.

The bottom leg's hoof looks a little larger than the top leg's.  At the knee, I would suggest just leaving one line to indicate a kneecap and getting rid of the rest.  Right now it makes it seem a little awkward with so many lines in that area.  Everything else, other people have covered.  Good job!

 

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