Wind Chaser is a young and very proud unicorn stallion, completely uncatchable. If you are lucky enough, you might get a glimpse of him dancing in the breeze of dawn, or basking in the last rays of sunlight in the evening.
THE MAKING OF "Wind Chaser"
Tools: Photoshop CS2, Mouse Time taken: 4-5 hours Layers: 12 Original size: 2400x2400 px Credit:Based off a photograph
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Haha yeah, I often think that too when I look back on these pictures. I've always wondered if I should take them down since they don't really fit in my gallery, but it shows my progression quite well, so I keep them up as a reminder
What's with this whole horses with horn's series you have? I mean I get it if they're suppose to be Unicorns but all I'm seeing is a horse with a horn. Don't get me wrong the illustrations are beautiful but Unicorns and Horses are two different species. It is nice artwork otherwise.
There are several interpretations of unicorns, and yes, the "traditional" unicorn looks nothing like a horse really, but I happen to prefer the "equine" unicorns that ARE horses with horns. It gives me a reason to draw horses that are completely and utterly free, magical and mysterious, and connect something ordinary to something made with magic without having to change the concept too much. And if you look around, I'm sure you will notice many others that do the same thing.
Add on: My only qualm is that the foreleg with the sock LOOKS like it right behind the other one. And the back leg with the sock is, like, more outward than the front legs... sorry if this is confusing. <:\ But it is totally awesome!