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Wing Study: Rushing Down

While looking for reference pictures of flying birds, I came across a photo of an owl, which had it wings in a similar position while rapidly approaching ground. 41 more words

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Wing Study: Spread Downwards

This is an attempt to apply what I’ve learned so far about wings and how they move, without using any further reference. Variants of this pose may be useful for preening, protecting foals or letting water drip out of the wings. 12 more words

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Wing Studies 2

More wing sketches! In the first one (above) I’ve tried to transfer the pose of the topmost swan in this photo to a pegasus. Of course, I could only guess the exact bone positions, but I think they make sense. 48 more words

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Wing Studies

As you can see, I’m trying to figure out how to draw wings. Sadly, there are no real pegasi to study, so I’m looking at the next best thing: birds. 104 more words

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Wing Practice

I still need to practice how to draw wings and ideally find some kind of systematic approach.

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Curled Up Rarity

It’s late, I wanted to draw Rarity, and ponies sleeping curled up are cute, right? =^-^=

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From Dusk to Night

“Behold! The Princess brings the night!”

I’ve been developing this concept over quite a while, as you can see from some older posts, from newest to oldest: 134 more words

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