Tuesday, September 08, 2015

Draft Horse Update #3

Small update on the draft horse. Hopefully get more finished tomorrow and get a scan of it instead of a photo at 10:30 at night when the lighting is crappy :p Need to add a bit more Port colour to the muzzle to give it some more pinkish colour, but not too much that his nose is bright pink.

10 comments:

Maya Harrison said...

You really are a very talented artist Jennifer, great job on this one :-) I like the color already, the drawing looks so realistic.

Thank you for all your comments in my posts. I appreciate your taking the time to visit my blog and leaving messages. That is very kind of you, Jennifer. I think we're the reverse of each other when it comes to creepy statues, lol.

Jennifer Rose Phillip said...

thank you Maya :)

I really enjoy seeing all the travel photos, makes me want to look up flight prices to go the places :) I think the big creeyp kiss statue is just odd lol I think I've seen too many movies with giant killer things in them :p

Lisa Isabella Russo said...

Oh that's lovely! Such a beautiful drawing!

mandysea said...

It's sooooo realistic, it almost looks alive - very clever intricate shading and work! I love seeing these sketches develop!

Jennifer Rose Phillip said...

thank you :)

Jennifer Rose Phillip said...

thank you Mandy :) lovely comment :)

Shashi Nayagam said...

Oh he is lovely and I love the colour of shading you have chosen different to a dark charcoal this is beautiful with its soft colours.

Jennifer Rose Phillip said...

thank you Shashi :) I like how soft it looks be still might end up taking water to it :)

2paw said...

I am very afraid of horses, so I like to just look at paintings and pictures., Your horse looks kind and not the type to bite my hand. I am never sure how to offer horses some carrots- donkeys are nicer!!

Jennifer Rose Phillip said...

they are just like big dogs, just hurts a bit more if one steps on your foot ;) donkeys are more aggro actually lol, way more cranky then most horses. usually palm flat with the carrot on your palm, unless you know the horse will just take it from you by holding it, generally safer tho just on your palm :)