Thanks for the mention Frank. I find it really helps to touch a horse if you want to get the anatomy right. I know that is not possible for everyone, but those that love horses and also enjoy drawing them probably have 1 or 2 in their backyards. Horses have many interesting joint shapes- go out to the barn and run your hands along a horse’s leg!
Great tip. I wish I could…maybe once I visit. I find all the anatomical names of bones super boring and meaningless. Unless you’re a vet maybe!
I don’t “do” anatomy either. I know how the bones and muscles feel off the horse, and how they respond to my weight, leg pressure, etc. while mounted. “Feeling” is much more meaningful than “naming.”
yep..same goes for painting!
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