Raw beauty and power are the first words that come to mind; due to both the brush strokes and the subjects.
The ambiguity of detail on the black horse invokes a great sense of mystery, and with a proper background it could easily become an image holding strong emotion.
The two, brown beauties portray a free-spirited sense of motion, however the one on top could have been flipped around to draw the viewer's focus away from its haunches and more towards its shoulders and nose.
The rough sketches intrigue me. This is the first time I have seen concept doodles compiled into a single, smoky cloud of lines. It makes the sketches more difficult to study individually, but at the same time it adds to the daydream-like theme of the image, and directs the focus to the larger, lone horses.
Overall, I must say this is a truly unique and inspiring compilation of art. Well done!
Amazing and talented. I love all the animal ones you have done. But decieded to comment here because this one is my favorite. I love animals. I try and sketch a little but cant do animals at all. I do better at people.... not good. Just better than I sketch animals lol. Which is funny because I love animals better and am more famliar with animals...but I cant paint anything at all. Anyway you are very talented. Can't wait to see more of your work.
actually, you requested some crits, so to be completely honest here is some observations
your use of colour is pretty spot on, you have a strength in that regard, however it is clear from the pictures that you do need to study horse anatomy a bit more, not just bone anatomy, but muscle too. The biggest part I see wrong is the rump, they way you paint it makes it look like a giant single butt muscle which comes from the spine, you even have a line passing where the skin attaches to the belly upwards which give the impression the leg just folds over the stomach from the back instead of having it look like the skin goes over the whole body, while there is a muscle that moves up along the stomach and attaches to the pelvic bone, the skin flows over this section and makes it less visible. you are missing the small amount of skin that connects from the knee to the lower abdomen which also helps to make the back legs look hung on instead of a part of the body. There is also the back which needs more sloping, a horses back is not straight - while the spine is, the spine plates are not and curve in a way to give a curve to the horses back. All of this comes down to study, so good luck I know with more studies you will improve Keep it up.