Equestrian history, especially Polish, Eurasian and American horsemanship and its history - from Bronze Age to AD 1939. Historical equestrian art, my own artwork & reconstructions, and some traditional art media and digital artwork-related topics. All my text and my own art etc - all rights reserved unless permitted by 'Dariusz caballeros' aka DarioTW
Tuesday, September 22, 2009
Nomad sketch update
Posted by Dario T. W. at Tuesday, September 22, 2009 2 comments:
Labels: ancient cavalry, ancient horse tack, Saka
Friday, September 11, 2009
Mypaint-GImp paint studio nomad
I have been working on this nomad and his horse (potentially there will be one or more horses) using only Mypaint and GIMP Paint Studio. So far the programs and this resulting image have been very much to my liking, actually I really love Mypaint flexibility and 'painting' experience.
As per this horseman - eventually this guy may become a Saka noble, as I am moving deeper into the Eurasian steppes of the Late Bronze and Iron Age eras.. The saddle is drawn after the Pazyryk finds (Altai region of Central Asia) and Chinese III century BC terracotta army horse saddles of Chin dynasty Emperor.
Posted by Dario T. W. at Friday, September 11, 2009 No comments:
Labels: ancient horse, ancient horse tack, Saka, sketches
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