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Hey there, horsey.

Why the short face?

Very pleased with this

~~REVIEW~~
So i thought i would review this glad to see you submitting more art, guess i scouted good heh, but anyways love the colors and how you blended the colos like from the lower leg and so on, the Yellowish goldish color for the horse, was interesting its super bright kinda like the simpsons cartoon characters, color i thought maybe you would have toned it to abit darker and all, but not really a big issue, but regardless it looks pretty impressive, Now as for the backrounds? i couldnt tell is that just an image or some other form of work? its a fiiting choice either way and there seems to be a "BLURR" effect right around the tree which i thought was pretty neat, so nice job there, I wouldnt mind seeing the horse have abit of texture in the yellowish, but again not a big issue, so how can this be improved, im not sure you seem to have everything in the right place good colors, The sunlight could be a tad brighter just in the back there, im thinking maybe the tail and or black parts could have some texture aswell but not much, unless you are going for the whole cartoony look then its fine, but anyways this was nice to seen and nice to see a good artist scouted here :) anyways nice job.

~~THINGS TO IMPROVE ON~~
some texture in tails and skin, and maybe but not needed brighter lighting from the sun in the distance

~X~

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May 12, 2010
11:52 AM EDT
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2000 x 1668 px
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