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Friesian Yearling
11×14″ graphite on Bristol board

The reference was a photo I took at The Friesian Connection’s open house of one of their young stock. They are such beautiful horses.

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Longhorn Bull
6×9″ graphite on illustration board

Reference photo from my friend Rebecca Laarman, whose uncle owns a colorful herd or longhorns in SW Michigan.

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Longhorn Bull
6×9″ graphite on illustration board

Reference photo from my friend Rebecca Laarman, whose uncle owns a colorful herd or longhorns in SW Michigan.

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A clay horse! I was making this as an example for one of my middle school classes. It’s not a great example for them because I told them to keep legs short or bent. It’s hard to get them to stand upright. This is the first time I’ve really succeeded (minus that clay lump under his leg…it’ll be gone once the leg hardens up a bit).

This figure is completely hollow apart from the legs and tail. The back legs and tail have unbent paperclips as armature. I will update in a week or so when he’s been fired and painted.

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“Guidance”

8×10 colored pencil on illustration board

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The Grey Mare
6×9″ graphite on drawing paper

I’ve missed a couple of daily drawings, but I hope to keep it up!

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Almost done! Just the neck and the background to do. Time to take a break and finish in the morning.

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