It can add some challenge to draw 2 figures together when you’re coordinating the size of each in their interaction together, ( a horse and rider, or the blacksmith here)
This is from the latest story that I’ve done. It completes a series involving an idol with an evil spirit living in it. But the idol is not the thing that’s chasing this man in this picture!
It’s loaded on Amazon. But to find it you’d have to type in Tyler’s Mission Darcy Bowen.
A horse was the first animal that I became acquainted with in my drawing endeavors – as far as Getting-it-right goes. I wanted my horses to look as good as the horses that Remington (the artist) would paint. Again, as in most of my pictures, I started by drawing these characters in blocks.
In real life I find that people just tend to fidget too much unless you’re surprisingly fast at your drawing
This is a scene from Quinn’s Voodoo. I’m done with this story but I currently feel like my imagination took a hike for now and I’m having a little something like writer’s block with the current story I’m working on.