I'm busy detailing the mane, tail and feathers on Nanning, and I had to repair an ear today after I bumped it and messed it up, oh well.
Don't look at the feathers on the left hind - I've redone them many, many times and am still not settled on how I want to do those vertical feathers. (He'd just stomped that food down in the photo, so they really are flying straight up.) Those feathers, cleaning him up and smoothing out any remaining lumps are pretty much all that's left to do!! YAY!
The piece is 15 1/2" long x 13 1/2" high at the top of the neck x 3 1/2" wide (just over 1/6 life-size).
Since this piece will be a life-size bronze and displayed outdoors, there are things to consider I don't normally have to think about. For instance, I need to design him with as few "cupped" places as possible so they won't trap rainwater and create green spots on him. Yes, the foundry will drill seep holes to drain any serious depressions, but still, if I can sculpt it so there are very few of them, that's best.
"Tolt" has patina now and will be shipped to me soon! I'll post pics of it as soon as it's mounted.