Hello, it's me again, at the same business as last time... though this time I will be going directly to the point! With that, I present you a redline: oi41.tinypic.com/148exj5.jpg
Well, sort of, at least. In the first one, I did the direct lines off of this painting, and assumed the legs' outlines through the fur, because the legs each seem to be sporting a different anatomy. The bones seem to be of different lengths, and it's not just the perpective's doing. The left hind leg is clearly longer than the right one (the foot part also seems to be sort of twisted). This is what I have illustrated in the second two. In the second one, I used the proportions of the right hind leg to re-create the left leg, seen in blue. You can tell that it is a lot shorter than it originally was, both from the tibia and the metatarsus. The whole rear also looks sort of stiff and too small for the critter's body? In the last one, I used the left leg's proportions on the right leg, and it got a whole lot longer, thinner and suppler, which seems to fit these graceful creatures a little bit better (and from what I remember, the feonixes had longer metatarsuses... didn't they?).
The front legs also seem to have a bit of an asymmetric-anatomy problem, as the other seems to have a humerus, but the other doesn't. oi44.tinypic.com/yo2kx.jpg
Moreover, as we know, the hind legs are thinner from back and front views, and wider from either side. That said, the perspective in this and the planes of the legs would make it so that the left hind leg would appear thinner, as it is viewed from an angle slightly from the front, and the right leg is viewed in a more sideways-angle, hence it would seem wider and shows the inner thigh. oi43.tinypic.com/2w6yxhs.jpg
I'm not going into more detailed points this time, as these seem to be pretty much the same ones as last time and I don't want to repeat the same things, so this is less of a critique and more of just simple tips! ...Or something...! Other than that, this is another very gorgeous design, I absolutely love all the collars and trinkets and other accessories that you give them. Makes me so jealous ahh how to come up with stuff like that???
lol me and my silly legs. I've been doing studies lately to help with this haha. I hope that the way I angled the feathers didn't create a tangent that makes it look like it has an oddly sloping hind end like a hyena or show shepherd (who look broken.) Thanks for critiquing! I'll put them to use and fix this very soon.
The trinkets and whatnots are probably the easiest since they're just mash ups of whatevers, shapes, and squiggles. :')