Anatomyanatomyanatomy... Lots of anatomy assignments. Mostly master copies... with two extra "x-ray" versions, showing the muscles and bones underneath. Tried to do Da Vinci... didn't work out so well. Started a Liberace instead.
This weeks anatomy assignment: pick a cartoon character and do an anatomy study for it. Soo... an excuse to draw something simple.
Kind of rushed through it because I wanted to get it out of the way (and it's due this morning... haaa.) Scanner butchered it... So I took some photoshoop'n liberties to make it not look so butchered (added texture/color/contrast/etc...).
Ink, marker, watercolor pencil; on bristol. 9"x12"
Serious props to *spiritto, for his Pony Anatomy 101. Saved me from having to completely "pony-ize" actual horse anatomy; cross-referenced his guide with other horse anatomy diagrams... and completed my homework in just over ten seconds flat.
Hey thanks so much for making this. Ever since the Pony Anatomy 101 pic, mysteriously disapered, I've been wanting another picture like this. They're really helpful, and you did an awesome job with this. So thanks, I really have to wonder why the other one disapered though, but whatever.
Oddly enough, I was just thinking about what a 'real-ified' pony would look like. Strangely, the thing that kept getting me was the joining of the hooves to the feet. Just couldn't imagine that on them.
Not like that, but how the join would look. On a normal horse or pony, the hoof is keratin and connects to the fetlock like a furry cuticle. But MLP's got the single-color hooves, so I have difficulty visualizing that transition from flesh to hoof.
I for one welcomes this initiative from CrappyUnicorn. It's in the name of science so it's ok. Thanks to this and some other studies in her DNA structure everyone can have their own Fluttershy in the future. Don't be so narrow minded. Think forward!