A very well drawn horse.Great shading, incredable lighting and very detailed.I wouldn't change it one bit.Excellent work.I think the hair could use a little more shading in the mane, but not to much!All in all this is a very good drawing and obviously took time, patience and hard work.It looks like you just used a editing program on the original(don't worry I know you didn't)The hooves are positioned perfectly and the hair has the right curves, waves, detail, ect.There's watermarks and a signature to prove it is done by you so people won't have it confused with the orginal.The veins are absolutely perfect!All in their correct positions and shaded and lighted perfectly.This is a fantastic peice of art, keep up the good work!
Excellent Job!! You have to teach me some drawing... xD! wow, just impressive!! I'm amazed! :3 Excellent Work! (I can't get tired of congratulating you! It's an excellent drawing! ♥ Loved It! :3!! Could you draw an Akhal-Teke, please? :3)
Thank you very much! I was least sure bout the highlights on the legs and rear. They just didn't look right to me at first. Yeah and that shadow just might be my favorite part of this drawing. It totally brought the horse to life in my opinion.
hi! i've been looking through your deviations... and i'd like to ask, what age did you begin drawing equines? and what tips would you have for someone wanting to excel in them -horseaddictoverhere- lol great work!
Thank you! Well I would say I really started drawing horses bout a year ago. I did draw other things a little bit before that, but not much. As for tips patience is a really big one, a good drawing takes a lot of time. Another is to really know your subject. The better you know every tiny little detail of a horse the better you will be able to draw them. You also need to know how to use you medium. Than practice a lot, and practice will help develop all the above skills. So always keep drawing. Obviously there is more to it than that but those are the main things.