Subtitle: Now with 20% less art and 30% more words!
On a more serious note, this is my follow-up to my ridiculously (no, I'm serious, it's ridiculous) popular tutorial, How To Draw Unguligrade Bipeds (IE: Hoofed People)
, dealing more with bone structure and posing. (And a bonus on the structure of cloven hooves; I didn't include one on solid hooves because you can find solid hoof tutorials much more easily than cloven hoof ones.) I know I kind of crapped out towards the end, but that's mostly because I had no idea what to talk about anymore.
So, if there's something else you'd like me to add, just ask!
Another thing: in the process of finding information for this, I came across the blog of a sculptor; specifically, the post where he worked on a satyr's legs in one of his sculptures. It's here,
and I highly recommend it, because he briefly goes into muscle anatomy and in general knows a great deal more about this than I do. Anyway, the sculpture is beautiful and definitely needs to be seen.