Cantering Horse, by Rilla

April 29, 2013 @ 5:18 pm | Filed under: , ,

canteringhorse

Companion to last month’s Galloping Horse. She’s still working hard on getting those legs just so, as you see. I’m loving this chance to watch a young artist hone her skills. She’s made big strides (so to speak) already.

I believe next up is Trotting Horse. All three are from the horse page in the Usborne Book of Drawing.


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    Kimberlee says:

    Fabulous horse, Rilla!

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    sarah says:

    Oh wonderful! I was so hoping we would get to see this. It’s marvellous!!

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    tanita says:

    This reminds me of the Horse that is in the land in chalk in the Tiffany Aching Pratchett books…

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    Penny says:

    What a wonderful drawing – so realistic. I can almost hear it canter.

    We enjoy that drawing book here too 🙂

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    Tina says:

    Great job, Rilla! Horses are the hardest things to draw, in my opinion, and yours is fantastic!

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    mamacrow says:

    oh I was hoping we’d get to see this! Very good, you can tell it’s cantering and not, for example, galloping – it seems counter-intuitive to draw the front legs sticking out like that but that is how they go in the canter!