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Thread: Horse's for exercise

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    Horse's for exercise

    Hi the exercise is me and the horse's not sure who by as on the front of
    magerzine Living France, but looking at it I would swear that its a
    Lautrec as e dad was mad on horse's E/S
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    yes it is Toulouse Lautrec somebody had given me a book which I had forgot its got a better picture a right lot of knobly knees, does the one on the right look like a horse comments please
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    Good going! Congrats!
    The artist is the lover of Nature, therefore he is her slave and her master. - Rabindranth Tagore

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    thanks Wenkat it look like horse to u then ???

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    Eighty,

    I think both your horses are looking pretty good. The only thing I notice that seems a little strange to me, but it could be the reference again since I don't have it in front of me to compare...

    The horse with the rider, his belly needs a little attention as well as his back end. It seems a little short. The right horse, he looks like a good start though he seems to be standing on his back leg a little funny.

    Seeing as how this is only number 2, I suspect that you would have noticed and fixed them right up without my even mentioning it.

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    thanks Mag I'm drawing it from a picture in a book that's why there's no ref: but its a good idea I'll photo it then we'll have a ref; the horse on the right to me looked like a greyhound that why i asked the otherone I hav'nt started yet but will be fofeshortend as he's standing at a angle thanks for your help regards E+ ------------E/S

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    Hehe, he's definitely not a Greyhound. I can tell that for sure. Otherwise he's the largest Greyhound ever and someone should be applying for a Guinness Record.

    I'm eager to see the progress!

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    hi mag I've bunged some colour on to try to see if it helps I've got a feeling the legs are too short some thing does'nt seem right or pehaps thier a special breed of horse still hav'nt done the ref;
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    May just be the angle that makes them seem short.

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    had to do a lot of smashing but I think they are begining to look like horse's one on the left still a problem he gave me a right kicking so I'll have to be more careful wadda u think mag's ----------E/S
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