Monday, 27 August 2012

Sleipnir... again

So this happened. In the end I lengthened the body out to 'accurate' length because it looked better to my finicky horses-do-not-work-that-way eye, and I fixed the hell out of the head. I'm pretty pleased with the result, and hopefully this will be the last time I get the hankering to make a difficult subject any more more difficult by doubling the number of limbs.

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  1. Hi Meg,

    Not sure if you noticed but your horse has NINE legs!

    :-)

    Joking aside, Good luck with your return to CG Arts and Animation!

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  2. Actually, it has eight. I can't count :-( How embarrasing!

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    1. Ahahaha! Oh, Tom, you were never made to be a mathematician. Thanks for the good-luck-offering! Will you be around, or are you off elsewhere doing your masters?

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  3. Not bloody horses again! What next? A bloody shark? A bloody shark riding side-saddle? :)

    meanwhile...

    How many masters of art students does it take to count the number of legs on a horse..?

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    1. There will always be horses. You cannot escape this truth C=

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  4. Looking good meg! And itll be good to have you back ! :)

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    1. Thanks Mike! It'll be good to be back.

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  5. "...but you'll look sweet
    upon the seat,
    of a Horse-ical made for two!"

    A song just for you my dear :)

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    1. Awww, you're such a charmer C=

      You can get two people on a strong, fit, four-legged horse, so how many people can you get on a legendary, greatest-of-all-horses eight-legged horse?

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