BYart wrote:Hi Krysta! So sorry you have eye infection! Hope you will be all better soon... I can't see any image or link?
krysta11 wrote:Thank you Michael very much. Do you think adding a bit purple to the sky would change the painting to better? I'll try to do something with the sky.
Thanks a lot M. for your help.
BYart wrote:Oh Krysta! It's beautiful! I think it is wonderful that you are deciding to paint some horses! They are a wonderful animal, full of energy and spirit, and you have captured those aspects in your painting!
I would agree with Michael about the aqua/green wash, and if you decide to do that I think it will add another dimension to the water...giving more depth.
Can't wait to see any changes! Great job K!
This in only your second horse, so how can you expect to get the proportions and muscles down correctly? I think you did a good job at it, the coat color you selected is my favorite (Buckskin).
If you would like to start painting horses, study up on horse anatomy or find a proportion chart I'm sure you can find the reference material on the internet.
It takes time to learn how to draw a horse, there are many muscles involved which stretch or bulge with different movement or poses, each
eed is also built different.
Best of luck you!
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