Pegasus by abroenink

Pegasus

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Added: Oct 20, 2002
Views: 7010
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Comments: 8

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Learning to fly. Done with pencils 8B and 2H.

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abroenink's picture

It's a pity the wings are a bit too small for such a big horse, He will never be able to fly. But I don't want him to fly away anyway. So you could think I clipped his wings of.

jozias's picture

First I want to thank you for your kind words in my gallery. Sorry for my late reaction but I really had no time to react. To busy at work and at home. I like this drawing a lot. So much details on the unicorn and the background. The wings are beautiful. You can almost feel the fethers. Just a wonderful drawing!

abroenink's picture

The background is from a photo I made on holidays. The horse just flew in. Smile Thanks for visiting my gallery, Isaac, I appreciate your opinion greatly.

downing's picture

Hello Anneka,Thanx for your support.I Really love Your work and this piece is
no exception.Wonderfull composition,Very
detailed and so natural,I look foward
to seeing more

abroenink's picture

I´m glad you like the wings, someone on Elfwood said they might not be big enough. I´m afraid he was right, but then who has ever seen a Pegasus? Thank you for the visit and the kind words Marilyn. Smile

blueunicorn's picture

Wonderful feathered wings on this pegasus! Such a different perspective on the background too; I like it!

abroenink's picture

Anthony, you are right. Therefor I have done some more work on the Pegasus's back leg and also the background and reuploaded the picture in it's new state. I hope you like it better this way. More erasing would break the paper. Smile
Thank you for your constructive criticism, Anthony! Smile

bliz's picture

...decent enough horse but the perspective on the background is way off.
The horse's back legs could do with some bolstering as well as they appear too weak to support the weight of the horse.

Art at its best.