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  1. I'm thinking the Reaper Reapers.02001, 02002, 02003, 02004, 02019, and 02020. I'd prefer these Reapers to be made into Bones first:War Death Famine Plague I vastly prefer the older Reapers (02001, 02002, 02003, and 02004 - I want the cavalry version more than the infantry version.) *EDIT* Better still would be the traditional Horsemen - The Auld Grump One of Dore's illustrations - he is kind of my default for Biblical themes. (Well, him and Hieronymus Bosch - Garden of Earthly Delights is just so danged strange...) Of course then there are the Five Horsemen - War, Pestilence, Famine, Death, and Ronald Soak. The Auld Grump, Ronnie is also known as Kaos.... *EDIT* Added illo. I notice Weird Al's horse has a mane as permed as his hair. It's probably the least relevant part of it, but I find myself looking at the horses. The horses on the Weird Al poster are ok, a little rounded, but their neck anatomy is weird, especially where the necks join the bodies. The face of the one on the right is off, and its hooves are inelegant. The Doré horses are considerably better but suffer from the nineteenth century habit of not quite knowing how horses actually moved. For dramatic effect the poses are ok, but like Conan with his arms dislocated back to swing a sword, they're not lifelike. The horses in the discworld art lack an understanding of anatomy. Those legs especially bother me.
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