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Horse anatomy study

Discussion in 'vBench (Works in Progress)' started by DrLutz, Oct 5, 2007.

  1. DrLutz Member

    Country:
    Israel
    Here I want to show a new horse model that I've made as a part of horse anatomy study. Hope you will find it useful.

    Attached Files:

  2. Christos Well-Known Member

    Country:
    Greece
    Excellent work,thanks for sharing!
    christos
  3. Sambaman Well-Known Member

    Country:
    United-States
    Impressive! Well done, and great to see some of the musculature broken down to know exactly what's there and where it goes. What scale is this?

    Jay H.
    OKC
  4. vergilius New Member

    Country:
    Belgium
    great !
    thanks for posting
  5. garyjd Well-Known Member

    Country:
    United-States
    WOW! very nice.~Gary
  6. panzer007 Member

    Wow !!, incredible !!. I like it.

    Pongsatorn.K
  7. Bad91Fellow Member

    Country:
    Germany
    lol i didn't know that horses have bones in their tail. I'm finally ralizing that I don't know much about horses
  8. Zlobov*S Active Member

    WOW... " Horse anatomy study!!! " - the name of a file "sausage" (kolbasa) approaches better!;-) Many rough anatomic mistakes, this exhibit cannot be used as "visual aid". It likely not finished experiment? It is a lot of work - but useless.:-(
    There are very competent and professional dummies for drawing and studying of anatomy of a horse, these are perfect helps for all - to study and look at qualitative models as here better:
    http://www.modelsculpt.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=134
  9. darkeye Member

    Country:
    United-Kingdom
    well, i have stuck to the Human in my research so know little of horses but it looks like a horse! and is clearly alot of work too.
    i would like to say well done mate even if there are any mistakes that the more astute can spot, each piece is a learning curve and i have a box full of learning curves for the Human figure.
    keep going and well done!

    regards---- tim.
  10. jsebc New Member

    Country:
    United-Kingdom
    Fantasic work mate....much more correct and pleasing than some professionally released horses I can think of, i.e. Seils recent 90mm mounted samurai springs to mind.

    good luck....JC
  11. garyjd Well-Known Member

    Country:
    United-States
    Might not be perfect but I'd be hard pressed to even try and equal what has been done here.~Gary
  12. Jeff Active Member

    Country:
    United-States
    Wonderful work Vlad.
  13. Loki New Member

    Country:
    United-States

    Don't bother trying to explain anything to this person
    It doesn't worth even a bit of your attention
    'There can be only one' (c)

    lol:O)))
  14. Zlobov*S Active Member

    I had confidence what is it a joke - to read the name and to see great volume of job. DrLutz the well-known teacher and often spends lessons of anatomy - teaches to mould, therefore some infringements in this really huge job on volume have called some questions and a smile.
    We look at job the friend - the friend, and we study to see the mistakes. Any helps and opinions, amendments and links only help to do{make} better the job and job of the colleagues. I hope for you it not a joke.
    John Carey - 90 mm a horse of the Samurai;-), I wanted to hear opinions and to correct the mistakes - but you them have not said:-(.

    Well, likely it is necessary to praise great volume and to be silent about mistakes:
    - " It is really perfect job and the big example for studying anatomy! "
    Yours faithfully.
  15. Jeff Active Member

    Country:
    United-States
    Sergey,

    Sometimes jokes and sarcasm is lost when going from one language to anther. This can happen when speaking to people very easily. In an e-mail it can happen very easily. It has happened to me many times. I saw the little winks and such and figured you were joking. As far as your work is considered it is really wonderful and you are so very willing to share what you know with the rest of us. It would be hard for me to tell you you have done something wrong especially on a horse which you know so much better then I do. So I hope you will understand when I just say that your work is really great and not give you advice. I would just like to say thank you for sharing so much with us here on the Planet.

    Best
    Jeff
  16. Zlobov*S Active Member

    Jeff, thanks for your understanding. There are no problems - I badly write and I speak, but well I understand;-).
    Any remarks and helps help authors to move forward and to avoid mistakes. I have not enough experience and many mistakes, and always the big gratitude to colleagues for the help - for this purpose all of us look at the big masters and we study at them. I also see big work Lutz and many mistakes - therefore have given the link to a qualitative sample made for higher educational art institutions. To such great masters as Loki and his{its} words: " It does not worth even a bit of your attention " - certainly he all knows also we shall soon see his{its} perfect figures, I assume "Elite"! I also shall be very grateful Loki for any word of dear master for my modest job.
    Always and all have choice - to study and look at really qualitative figures, or to not see (to speak "bravo") and to continue to repeat another's mistakes and to not study. Everyone choose.

    P.S. All of us very much hope to see soon magnificent figures from master Loki and we shall shout " superb! A fantasy! ".;-)
    Yours faithfully.

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