Let it snow! And it did. So I've been busy now. Relaxing with my artwork. Here's the Shire mare now with a new neck. I cut a gap out of her neck right behind her head and shortened it a little. Then I tucked it a little bit. I also gave her a higher rump, and did some work to her bottom lip. She's also had some shoulder work done a little bit. She's now got mare gender as well as an indication of a tail. I don't know whether to do a braided knot tail or do a loose free flowing tail. I know whatever it will be will be short.
Oh and here are some pictures I dug up to compare. I think she's looking pretty good so far.
Next, I've got the Stud Spider in the mail and have removed the neck and gave him a lowered head, sanded him down partially, and slimmed down the tail. He's gonna be an appaloosa I think.
Here's a cool one. I recently got a brand new Andalusian stablemate. The new 20015 one. I've straightened the front leg to be outstretched in the Spanish Walk gait. I've lowered and tucked the neck. I will add more to it tonight maybe. I've also partially sanded the tail and moved it. I also straightened the front left leg also. I don't know whether to do a braided tail or leave it long. I also am on the fence about what to do with the mane. I don't know if I wanna single braid it, or rosette braid it, or do the weave braid, or leave it long. I wanna do something different. I think I want to sculpt roses into it.