Equines are hard

by Sanne, September 11th 2018 © 2018 Sanne

I took advice from my previous session and tried to focus more on single, clean lines where possible. Equines are surprisingly hard, their anatomy takes some getting used to compared to felines and canines!

These were 5 minute gestures each, but I found myself being 'done' sooner more often than not. I might go for 3 minutes next time.



These are great, just excellent and they are hard to draw. I like how fluid the drawings are, and you have a good concept of shaps to build the animals. Something I need to practice:)


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Sanne - Site moderator

Thank you so much! It's also something I have to keep working on, so we have a goal in common. :)

Polyvios Animations

Greatest works on your functions and forces over your forms of the equine poses, but I think your lines are at their most cleanest, but I feel that these need to look or feel like they should be done in metaphorically one stroke. How would you care to loosen up your hands, dominant and non-dominant, with 10 minutes of 2 minutes of equines and more, one set for each hand?

As a result of two reasons, first, to help yourself on to shift out from your left brain to right brain, and second, to make your horses and other animals the least stiffest and the most dynamic, energetic, and flowing, and fluidest. For most info, kindly look into the Ken Hultgren animal drawing book images in this link right down here.

My hat's off to you, and may you find these the most helpful but benefical.