In other news, I'm working on a Hanoverian stallion (at left, still in fairly rough form) that's turning out well so far, and I'm finishing up my book on horsekeeping. The book has kept me busy for a year and a half, and I foresee a long period of editing, cutting, adding to, getting more or better photographs, etc., before it's ready to publish. But it's GOOD! Those who've read it are really impressed with the amount of detail and information I've included, and that it's understandable (not too jargon-ish). I'm excited about both the book and this sculpture. It's been a while since I've done non-hairy legs (I've done quite a few Friesians in a row), so I've been teased that I might not remember how to do "naked" legs, LOL! Ha! I have a trick - on all those Friesians, I've sculpted the detailed leg first, then added the hair! So yeah, I still know how to do details on "naked" legs!
And now I must get back to work on the Hanoverian. More later!