Centaur Lady by ricsattler

Centaur Lady

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Added: Aug 13, 2002
Views: 10568
Likes: 2
Fav'd: 2 times
Comments: 10

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Perhaps a Lady on the Way to a local festival?

(Done with Pastels on Velour Paper)

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Guest's picture

The reason her chest is flat is that horses do not have breasts instead the have teats located on their lower abdomenal region. That's why Gueat #1. I have seen a lot of nude centaurs too but most people spend too much time in "The Gutter" that they don't see the beauty of the anatomy. In any case I love this drawing very much.

Guest's picture

her clothing looks too modern. and i dont think her expression is very accurate, she also looks like a male from the chest down.

rita's picture

Ric, you know she is a beauty!

epzilon's picture

I'm glad she wears something, every female centaur I've seen this far was naked Sad and I really think her clothes suit her very well Smile

ebba's picture

stunning! you did a wonderful job on everything!!

k-t-roo's picture

oh i remember this from elfwood, i think its in a guided tour i did. absolutely beautiful, i can quite honestly say this is tthe best drawn centauress ive ever seen. wonderful work!

naphtali's picture

This piece is very well rendered. I agree that the horse anatomy is excellent and your use of pastels is superb. I love the expression on her face, she looks very mischevious. Her cloak is very neat too. It all looks very realistic.

abroenink's picture

Everything is beautiful! The clothes, the horse, the lady (especially her hair!)! It is a wonderful picture. Smile

Guest's picture

I like this picture a lot: the horse anatomy is really great and the muscles are defined really well. I like to use pastels in my artwork as well and you show great technique and an obvious talent! Well done!

meeshy's picture

How beautiful! She looks so self assured and I just love her clothing. I have always wanted to try Pastels, I think you have inspired me to do so! Great picture!

Art at its best.