The TWH is ready for final prep and priming. Can't wait!
And now for a new project. This is gonna be fun. I'm not sure where I'm actually going with this one yet. I've taken the Clydesdale Mare model I had as an unfinished CM Vanner from years ago, and have started from scratch. I had this image in my mind of a yearling Shire filly standing with her nose in the air and her tail flipped up flexing a little with a snooty expression, but I'm not sure. I'm not sure what I wanna do with her body still. I'm on the fence about the neck. I raised it and I can't get the length right so I dropped it down again. I did pull her hind legs back some and her front legs up some. I've shaved down her chest and will resculpt that entirely. I cut her belly all the way down and pulled it together to reduce the bloat of the barrel on her. I wanted her more young and slender and not so beefy and mature. I may need to actually lengthen her legs some still.
This is her so far. I'm still not sure what to do with her to fix it.
According to this picture, I may really need to lengthen all four legs a bit.
I'm thinking the tail may need to come down and the body lengthened a hair, and the head just turned or raised up high. I don't know. Such a pain.