Awesome guy :D He has sooo much personality!
Tx Magdalena! I haven't gotten much time to even think about him lately... looking forward to putting more time in on him next month! :)
WOW! he is absolutely gorgeous! Plenty of personality! (P.S. Can I have him? Just kidding!:)
wow Morgan I'm loving him! what a cool idea. I got to do a big 5'x5' bas relief once of 2 greek war horses like the ones on the Parthenon and one had a rider bareback but after I was done we made it look old and broke some of the riders face and arm off and hit the clay with some rough cement to make it look old and broken on the corners ( that part was fun too..making it look like it was really off the Parthenon lol.. and i used wet cermaic clay! so I ahd ot keep damp towels on it when I went home at night) Yours is looking really good! fun doing research on ancient history peices isnt it? you should also look into the articles that Dr. Deb Bennet just did for equss on the origins of the horse and what these greek war horses really looked like.. Its on one of last years magazines. They were smaller than I ahd thought.. I have it here someplace If you can't find it. It was really interesting and I learned a lot by it. I'm really loving her articles on horse breeds.
I love those articles Becky! :) There are new ones and various evidence about gaited breeds too lately coming out that I've fascinated with. This guy has gotten a lot of work done since these photos now in the last 3 months. I'm going to wait to share more of him though.. :)
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