And then there were two...


Hoppeditz
Pencil on Paper
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Sheona Hamilton-Grant. All rights reserved

Erlander
Pencil on Paper
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Sheona Hamilton-Grant. All rights reserved


Here's the first unveiling of my Christmas commissions.
You have all been so mega patient and super understanding (thank you), the least I could do is give you a double dose.


Meet Hoppeditz (sire to Hurricane) and Erlander, two Rheinlander stallions (Rheinisch-Deutsches Kaltblut) from the Warendorf Landgestuet in Germany.

Both these g
orgeous equines joined me for a few weeks last September in the studio. Commissioned to draw their portrait in time for Chirstmas, my pencils eagerly took up the challenge.
No wonder: these are fantastic models.
Big eyed, loads of personality, mass of muscles and oozing charisma in over-load, they are every equine artists dream to render.

More stunning equines to come, stay tunned.





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