Originally Posted by Ladyscarletthawk
I agree with 3dogs on the critiques. I would tighten up the rear leg to match the front. Funny you should mention his feet it's the first thing I saw lol. You can still bevel but leave a bit more over the foot to hide it a bit.. In general I mean. Also the shorter the nails the better on flatter feet, and walking on gravel helps train their feet to tighten up a bit... To an extent.
On Raven his front legs don't look like pillars they start to tapper at the feet particularly on the back of the legs. Also on the show side the upper part of the leg where the chest meets could be tightened a lil.. On the non show side not sure if it's the way he's stacked but there isn't as much distinction from the chest and front leg as there is on he show side. The last thing that sticks out to me is .. And sometimes I suck at explaining this stuff lol.. But on you spray up, on his back he has a hump.. I would scissor off a little in a straighter line to blend a little nicer with the neck hair itself. Can't critique the rear legs accurately since he doesn't like to stack lol. Otherwise nice! Loved how you scissored his rear
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. I used to do Trev's nails almost daily and run him a lot...I really need to get back to it, especially the nails. They are short, but not short enough.
Thanks for the critique! I'm not sure if Ravens leg is actually tapered or if they got smashed during stacking...I will be careful next time though.
Ok I was wondering about the chest, wether to tighten more or not. I will do that next time. And the whole "blending the mane" thing had me confused as well...I wasn't sure wether I should take off that hump, or wait for that hair to grow in. I've had several other people tell me to take it off as well, so I will next time.
Thanks everyone for critiquing me, I can often pick things out myself but its always good to hear it confirmed and sometimes y'all see things I don't.