Anatomy of a Horse – Anatomy Model

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Anatomy of a Horse – Anatomy Model

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If you are wanting to learn the proper anatomy of a horse, this high quality horse body anatomy study is a great tool to have.  The left side shows the bone structure of the horse. The right side shows the muscles structure of the horse. Horse body study cast for learning how to sculpt the correcty anatomy of horses.

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Anatomy of a Horse Model

3d Horse Anatomy ModelIf you are wanting to learn the proper anatomy of a horse, this high quality horse body anatomy study is a great tool to have.

The left side shows the bone structure of the horse. The right side shows the muscles structure of the horse.

Having a 3 dimensional model of the horse in front of you will surely help you with your artwork. You will be able to see the horse from all angles to get things just perfect while creating your next work of art. 3d study casts are not only great for sculptors. They help flatwork artists also with correct anatomy and proportion.

This anatomy study will teach you proper horse skeletal anatomy and proper horse muscle anatomy.

This muscle and skeletal anatomy study was created and sculpted by Jeff Wolf.  Jeff is a world renowned sculptor that teaches a technique he calls, “Sculpting from the Inside Out.”  Anatomy is something that cannot be faked by artists. If you don’t know the anatomy of the animal you are sculpting, it will surely show in your work. Visit Jeff Wolf Studios to learn more about Jeff, including his artwork and classes.

Dimensions of the Horse Anatomy Model

  • Approx. 13″ H x 15 1/2″ L.
  • Approx. 4″ base.

Watch the video below to see Jeff demonstrate how this Horse Anatomy Study will help you in your artwork.

Additional information

Weight 7 lbs
Dimensions 20 × 20 × 10 in

3 reviews for Anatomy of a Horse – Anatomy Model

  1. Russ Larsen

    Hello I just wanted to let you know I took delivery of my horse and the DVDs yesterday evening. You did an outstanding job on the packaging and he has arrived in perfect shape. He is just so impressive in person and is currently standing pride of place on my workbench. I have been having real trouble studying certain areas in reference books and trying to visualize how they look in real horse form and this guy is the total answer to my prayers. While I was studying him from all the different angles I decided to put on the first of the three DVDs. It was getting late so I thought I would view just for the first ten minutes and watch the remainder today as the rest of the family had already gone to bed. However, I was so taken with what I was watching that I ended up viewing all three one after the other. They have inspired me so much as I have never, ever had in my head the concept of sculpting the horse from the inside out. I loved the bit where Jeff took his knife and cut up into the body to demonstrate how limbs could then be moved and that the muscles would pretty much move to the correct place. As for the large mustang sculpture at the end, all I can say is WOW!!! I am so happy with the horse and the DVDs that I really cant express it in words. You have been amazing to deal with from start to finish and I think Jeff is an amazing artist and an inspirational teacher. Kindest Regards from one extremely happy customer in the UK.

  2. Russ Larsen

    Thank you for sending me Jeff Wolf’s horse study cast. I have studied it at length together with my veterinarian and also a great friend who paints most of the Group 1 and 2 Flat winners over here (www.charleschurch.net) for their owners. We all agree that Jeff has done a very good job and congratulate him. It must have been a fascinating thing to do, and I’d love to know how he did it. As a sculptor I also congratulate the mold maker – not an easy one with all those undercuts.

  3. Karel

    I am a Belgian sculptor and yesterday I received the horse -anatomy model. Since I am planning to create some horses in stainless steel this reference model will be a great help. I find that figurative art can only be good when the anatomy is correct. I already have some good books about the anatomy of the horse and I live in an village with many owners of beautiful horses. But the three dimensional sight I get in the muscle and bone structure thanks to the model is priceless.

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