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features Equestrian art and equine artist tips and techniques from UK horse artist and illustrator, Maggie Raynor.

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    on Feb 20, 2012 in Equine Art
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    on Nov 2, 2011 in Uncategorized
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    on Sep 21, 2011 in Equine Art
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    on Aug 26, 2011 in Horse Art Prints
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  • The Eyes Have It !
    on Aug 6, 2011 in Equine Art
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  • Finding Inspiration for a Cartoon
    on Jul 22, 2011 in Horse Art Drawings
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  • Equestrian Commissions
    on Jul 5, 2011 in Horse Art Blogs
    Currently I ( Maggie Raynor ) am working on an equestrian commission to paint a portrait of an elderly Dales pony mare, and I’m encountering some of the typical problems you get when you don’t take the reference photos yourself. The pony...
  • Inspiration
    on Jun 26, 2011 in Equine Art
    I ( Maggie Raynor )  have a good German friend who’s an excellent horse-woman and who breeds and schools Icelandic ponies. On a recent visit, she introduced me to one of her favourite equestrian art books entitled  ‘ Pferde ‘...
  • Developing an Equestrian Cartoon
    on Jun 16, 2011 in Horse Art Drawings
    After writing the last blog, I started to think how I ( Maggie Raynor ) would actually illustrate this incident and turn it into an equestrian cartoon. The obvious way would be to draw the punch-line ie the moment when water drenched the luckless vi...
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