Pegasus

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ohiococonut
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Pegasus

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How do you make a mythical creature look anatomically correct when you've never seen one?
I was looking at the cantering horse and decided to try my hand at making a Pegasus for one of my granddaughters bedroom. The wings are from the pelican also from Aspire. It took a while to get the front wing where I thought it belongs and it didn't turn out too bad. The file was too large so I had to resize it.
Horse + pelican = Pegasus :mrgreen:
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Re: Pegasus

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Apparently you've never seen a Pegasus in real life, I had one as a kid and the wings are clearly in the wrong spot!

Lol, ya I think it looks great! Very good job splicing the two models!

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Re: Pegasus

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the ones up here have smaller wings and their tails are always braided... but I bet the kids love this.. well done..

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Re: Pegasus

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Well done! :)
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Re: Pegasus

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Thanks.
This was my second attempt. The first one I did had a different horse and wings and looked like it belonged on a carousel.

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