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Balance Vocalizations The head is also the source for some elements of body language and acts as an important counter—balance to the body as well.
So in a nutshell, the head is the primary pathway for essential biological functions that allow the animal to live. Plus, also consider that the equine head is purely functional neither carrying ornamentation to attract a mate nor appendages for battle or display such as horns, antlers, tusks, etc.
So it bears to reason that an artist should be adequately versed in equine evolution if for nothing more than to keep the biological importance of the equine head close to heart.
As for its structure, the skull is comprised of two parts: The upper jaw and cranium The lower jaw or mandible. The upper jaw is slightly wider than the lower jaw, and the back of the jaw aligns with the back of the zygomatic arches, in front of the ear.
The jaw can open and close with a limited amount of lateral play, and he chews in a circular motion, not up and down.
And when he chews, the cavity behind the eye pops in and out as do the side cheek muscles. For this reason, we need to sculpt the bony parts convincingly as bone and the fleshy bits as flesh; otherwise our head won't be believable.
For instance, the hourglass—shaped nasal bone should appear hard while the cheek's buccinators should appear fleshy.
In contrast, the ears, nostrils, and lower nasal portion are made of cartilage. The horse has approximately teeth; six incisors on both top and bottom, three premolars on either jaw, top and bottom and three molars on either jaw, top and bottom. Erupting between the ages of 3.
The tushes on the top jaw are set back farther than the tushes on the bottom jaw. However, the ear—eye—nostril alignment is only a general guide. In contrast, Arabians and some pony breeds have a dished head in which the nasal portion is lifted upwards.
In contrast, stock breeds and Thoroughbreds tend to have straighter heads. The eyes are set laterally on the sides of the skull and protrude outward. But in all fairness, the exact properties of equine vision are still largely unknown and continually debated.
Perhaps new technologies will shed fresh light on how a horse sees his world. The equine eye is the largest globe of any land mammal.
However, an important point to understand is that all horses have a similarly sized globe. The Arabian's skull is also much smaller than that of a Clydesdale, making his eye appear larger in comparison.
Nictitans membrane third eyelid: A triangle mass of soft tissue with a T—shaped shield of cartilage embedded within it. When the lids blink, it sweeps across the orb, removing debris from the eyeball and distributing tears.
This structure is unique to the horse and only a few other animals. A small dark pad in the anterior corner of the eye that drains excess fluids from the eye. Upper and Lower Lids: Protecting the eye with reactionary closure, these lids shut fast and firmly.
The upper lid has as straighter curve while the lower lid has a deeper curve.needed to process in the algorithm Flexible and fast Good for stationary environments. This method is highly adaptive to dynamic (i.e.
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