The heavily developed musculature throughout the humanoid torso (specifically from the biceps and triceps, up to the deltoids and traps) works perfectly with the realistically sized head (LOVE the choice of helmet btw) and hands, and also serves to communicate a well-centered sense of balance when juxtaposed against the intimidating size of the stallion body. Your choice of pose for this piece is also a stroke of genius. A character this powerful needn't be displayed in a berserker rage, with limbs violently flailing all about. The simple, yet elegant rearing up of the centaur's horse portion, intermixed with his proud, at the ready, back-arched and neck-cocked upper torso speaks volumes of just how formidable a being this centaur is.
From the course texture of the steeds' ribcage and lats, to the precise detail in each and every vein, you've created a truly masterful work of art here, sir. You and your serious talent are a huge inspiration. And, please pardon the length of this here post...I simply couldn't help myself. ^_^
Thank you for sharing this with the DA community!
what a lovely sculpt Jordan. beautiful .
has an imposing pose
I'd love to see more images of him. Some nice detail shots would be great!
does a centaur have two stomaches, or one? o: if it only has one, where is it- in the horse half or the human half?
but i always wonder about pointless stuff *-*
its so well done and cool! >w< i've always liked greek mythology and junk~