Maryanne’s musings: So many people to draw and they’re my trickiest thing.  In the first panel I drew all their feet and shoes but had to crop it out to fit. Ah well, good practice.  The thinner lines have also got a bit lost in…

Twins

Maryanne’s musings: Everybody can relate to a ripped horse rug.  But can we really blame them when we wear distressed denim and kooky fashion? 😉 My favourite part of this one is the expressions in the last panel.  I started a Photoshop file where I…

The Rainbow Bridge

Maryanne’s musings:  This one came about because I have a dear old chestnut thoroughbred Jackson.  He’s a very sensitive, flighty fellow and has been retired for over a decade.  But when he was in work he was really scared of wheely bins.   They’d often be…

The Tardis Trailer

Maryanne’s musings: It’s the Doctor Who crossover nobody asked for! ;D I love blue horse floats (we call them floats in Australia. Apologies if they’re trailers or horse-boxes in your neck of the woods). I’ve seen a couple in traffic that are Tardis-like.  I also…

Dressage in the Wild

Maryanne’s musings: I try and steer away from poo jokes but here we are.  Just a horse unintentionally doing some dressage moves in the wild. The first panel for this one was originally two ladies leaning on a fence talking and saying “Do you think…

Natural behaviour

Maryanne’s musings: The third panel is my favourite. Before this point I don’t think I’ve drawn a rearing horse wiggling its bottom or a horse guffawing with its mouth so wide you can see the back teeth.  I had to crop the laughing horse’s head…

110cm

  Maryanne’s musings: This one was inspired by my horse’s reaction to a puddle.  The puddle went all the way across the track so he had to step over it to continue on the trail.  Both directions he did the biggest cat-leap possible.  Luckily I…