A commissioned drawing of one rancher's stages of training bits. 15 x 23 conte' crayon on bark paper. I just finished it - will try to get a better photo in a few days (after I stack books on it to press it flat, haha)
I love how you blended the chests and necks together!
Was the 3rd stage bit modeled after a Garcia bit? I believe that's what it is called, we have one with very similar shanks, so I'm curious
This looks brilliant though, excellent job
Could be - I am not sure what it is called. It is kind of a combination bit and hackamore
Wow, what wonderful work!
they will be very happy with this ,its lovley bark papers quit tricky to use but i love the look of it
That is... wow, amazing. So brilliant. Is the little smiley your mark?
The smiley on the horses cheeks is the brand of the rancher that I did the drawing for. And Thank you
I love the look to it! Very nice work!
I knew this was yours the minute I saw it! Wonderful work my dear
Thank you Kevin . When this weekend is over with, I will try to get a better photo posted
very nice settings!
Neat all in a row, love it
Thank you . I am going to try to get a better photo of it next week when things settle down a bit
Wow! These are so gorgeous, absolutely beautiful work! Every detail from the mane to those itty bitty little veins... my mind is blown!
lovely.. love the atmosphere..
awesome good work you have did
Truly stunning work! I really like how you've got even the smallest of details in there like the bit of hair inside their ears. Also I like how you varied the colors for each horse so that they don't appear to be just one horse drawn over again.
Very nice! Wonderful job!
Wow, it looks amazing! Beautiful horses and wonderful details