How The Hivewire Horse (harry) Came To Be.

Discussion in 'Show Me The Honey' started by Chris, Dec 14, 2015.

  1. xyer0

    xyer0 Admirable

    I started reading this thread, got to page 13 and decided to jump to the end. From what I can gather, the deer family is the closest to completion. I'm waiting for the bull, cow, and donkey.
     
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  2. NapalmArsenal

    NapalmArsenal Dances with Bees Contributing Artist

    They are all in the works I know, but not sure on the schedule for release. I think the zebra will be out before the donkey.
     
  3. Desertsilver

    Desertsilver Engaged

    I'd love to see a prezewalski's horse too- it's in that same basic shape as the zebra. I used to go draw them at the San Diego zoo. They are much more beautiful in person than they look in photos Group-of-male-Przewalskis-horses-on-the-move.jpg
     
  4. NapalmArsenal

    NapalmArsenal Dances with Bees Contributing Artist

    I really like these as there is something prehistoric about their appearance and the origins of the first horses. They remind me of the images you seen in primitive cave paintings.
     
  5. Harimau

    Harimau Eager

    Actually, they belong to the same species of horse, Equus ferus. Przewalski's Horse is Equus ferus przewalskii, a subspecies.
     
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  6. Harimau

    Harimau Eager

  7. carmen indorato

    carmen indorato Extraordinary

    Always loved the look of the Przewalski Horse.
    I thought there was one out there for Poser and MilHorse1 but have not been able to find it. Needed similar shape for a render idea I had before my computer died 4 months ago though I would have preferred the Mongolian Pony shape would have settled for anything close.
    Anyone?
     
  8. carmen indorato

    carmen indorato Extraordinary

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  9. Desertsilver

    Desertsilver Engaged

    Great read, and so interesting that Pruvost found genetic evidence of spotting in the ancient horses, so the leopard Appaloosa-like horses from Pech-Merle de Caberet may show an actual coat color!
     
  10. Dream9Studios

    Dream9Studios Inspired

    I tried searching through the thread but had no luck. Is there any chance of a Gypsy Vanner morph and coat for the Hivewire Horse? I've got a friend who loves those horses. If there isn't one in the pipeline, let me know and I'll give it a try myself. I've only ever morphed human characters so... I really hope there's one already in the pipeline. :D
     
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  11. Sunfire

    Sunfire One Busy Little Bee QAV-BEE Contributing Artist

    Yes yes yes yes, there is one! Lemme find the link.
     
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  12. Sunfire

    Sunfire One Busy Little Bee QAV-BEE Contributing Artist

  13. NapalmArsenal

    NapalmArsenal Dances with Bees Contributing Artist

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    Vanner Morph ......... It's coming ....... If I ever get my power restored !! LOL Lots of rain.
     
  14. Pendraia

    Pendraia Seasoned Contributing Artist

    Welcome to the Hive Dream9Studios!
     
  15. Desertsilver

    Desertsilver Engaged

    Love that morph, Napalmarsenal. The cresty neck and slope of the hindquarters is perfect!

    A heavy forelock would be nice to have, but I guess it could be done by adding the mane in 2 or 3 times.
     
  16. NapalmArsenal

    NapalmArsenal Dances with Bees Contributing Artist

    Thanks! sorry for the slow reply! Just got power back up yesterday and Internet has been a bit sketchy!
    I still have to work some more on the legs and make sure everything is even all over. Then tack fits.
     
  17. Janet

    Janet Extraordinary Contributing Artist

    I'm so looking forward to the deer! I want to animate it!
     
  18. Desertsilver

    Desertsilver Engaged

    Can't wait to see what you come up with there. We used to ride our horses in the woods in Santa Cruz and got up close with a few wild deer that way. The way they could leap huge distances in the blink of an eye was amazing to see up close ( and always spooked our Arab, but my tough little old school 1/4 horse just looked at them like 'I coulda done that'.

    Will definately work on a flying pose set when the deer comes out--and some cool holiday decorations for the horns...
     
  19. Janet

    Janet Extraordinary Contributing Artist

    Deer are one of the most graceful animals. You know once the deer comes out we'll need a sleigh too! This was done with the old Daz deer. Be nice to update it.
     
  20. Chris

    Chris HW3D President Staff Member Co-Founder

    My muse has taken me hostage the last few nights to morph our Horse to a Reindeer. More to do but this is what I have so far.

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