go for it, and remember first and foremost do it for yourself, and if your soul is in it,it will show and the quality you want will be there, as if you haven't enjoyed it, I think it shows - well that's how I see it, so get doing
This is amazing! I love the way you've captured every little detail and included the feathery legs and long flowing mane! It's brilliantly drawn, and as a Irish Cob Fanatic myself, I absolutely adore it! Definate fave!
I love it. It reminds me of the pinto in the colors and that the mane matches the fur. Where the neck fur is black, so is the mane, and same goes for the white. ^^ Very beautiful drawing, yet again. ^^
yay...oleppa hyvä. Ne on ihania...Vähän samanlaisia ku suokit. sellasia mukavan rauhallisia^^ (yleensä
Vaikkaa...Jennifer (se mun siskon heponen) onkin kyl ehkä nopein hevonen minkä tiedän.Ja aika persoona Mut ihuna otus kuitenkin^^ (ja kaunis)
I think you did the breed lovely justice! All that hair can be so taxing!
I'm getting ready to do my first one too! Mine will probably take me about 4 or so days because I'm working with it digitally. Wish me luck!
Thank you for the compliments again. Good luck with your drawing, I'm sure it'll turn out to be something great. I don't seem to get anything done even in 4 months nowadays because I just get the sketch done and then I give hope of ever being able to make anything finished of it (and so, just don't do anything), so if yours will take just 4 days, that's not bad.
oh the memories! my first pony was an irish cob, and he looked a lot like that, exept we clipped his feathers so we could keep his mud fever in check. I remember he had a black patch the same shape as a camel on his offside flank.
I'm gonna have to fave this because of nostalgia now. (and because its a really great drawing too ^^: )
Ooooo... I love Gypsy Vanners! You're a very good artist, I love your work. I'm hoping to one day be as good as you are, my mom thinks that I should go to art college...but I want to go to an equestrian/equine college.