- After Jodi and Javier had officially signed up, they walked Sarah back towards the ute and took her towards where the Vet was standing. Javier took Sarah's blanket off her and replaced the rope with the reins. The vet looked her over, checking her hooves, her mouth and giving her a good pat. Jodi and Javier were watching on.
"She looking good and is all fit and in working order," said the vet.
Javier asked the vet to hold her for one moment and he walked over to the car and grabbed the camera. Javier asked the vet to continue holding her and he took a photo, of them both. Although the vet wasn't completely visible.
The vet gave Jodi, Javier and Sarah a good luck and continued on to the next horse.
Javier gave Sarah her blanket back then tied her up to the horse float that she came in.
Jodi walked off to get changed ready for the day ahead. Javier looked on as she walked away, with a smirk on his face. Sarah was in her own world without a care in the world.
I spent most of the day yesterday on the background following many tutorials. A had a number of people watch me create this piece, so thanks you popped by on Join Me. I drew this vet check before Sarah's arrival, so the lineart is quite different. I tried something different with the line work on her Arrival image.
Time Taken: 24hrs +
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Programme Used: Photoshop CS5
Tools of the Trade: Bobby the Bamboo Wacom Tablet
Character/s: Sympathy for the Devil - Sarah
Art © 2012: =smudge-92 / =Nanurtalik