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Rhodesian Ridgebacks vs. Lion

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The clay sculpture is awaiting a critique from the Rhodesian Ridgeback community before I tweak it and add the final details. At this stage, I would estimate I am about 80% done with the dog.

Once the dog is competed, I will pose the dog in motion in order to fit the concept scene. The scene calls for three dogs and a lion. However, it was recommended using only two dogs. It appears that when the dogs are sent on a hunt, they are sent in pairs. By using three dogs, my concept would suggest that one dog was killed by the lion.

I will consider the recommendation but make up my mind the last minute. However, by using two dogs, it will help keep the cost down.

Anyone reading this can give me their input by sending me an email... click on email address to open an email window....

In 2008, I took a trip to the Las Vegas MGM and spent some time around the lion habitat, which is located in their casino.

After my visit, I have decided to alter the current lion model in order to bring more realism to the sculpture. Moreover, the pose will no longer depict the lion sitting, but in a standing pose.

Las Vegas MGM lionsLas Vegas MGM lions
The lions are behind a glass enclosure, which allows the views to observe within a couple of feet.
Las Vegas MGM lionsLas Vegas MGM lions

Due to the glass, it was difficult to take decent images with the flash; therefore, I relied on the casinos light. As you can tell by the images, they are not sharp.

Las Vegas MGM lionsLas Vegas MGM lions

If I recall correctly this is a young male about 4-5 years. He was very playful with the lioness. Sorry, I did not take images of the lioness.



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