Illustration Daily – Day 186: Centaur

Centaurs of course have their roots in Greek mythology. Some hypothesize that the legend originated from non-riding cultures that were awed and confused by contact with equestrian invaders. If you’d like to see a “real” centaur created from the remains of a Shetland pony and man, you can travel to the John C. Hodges Library at the University of Tennessee-Knoxville and view creation of Bill Willers, called “The Centaur of Volos.” Otherwise, you’ll just have to make due with this little centauride braiding her hair.


Centaur, 5″x5″, ink and watercolor on illustration board

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