Okay, I’ve kept you all hanging in suspense long enough. Here’s what fixed the bull, and a big thank you to my art pals with the sharp eyes and good suggestions.
A cloud of dust now rises under the bull, adding drama and movement where he’s pawing the ground. I used a ratty bristle brush and a toothbrush to get the effect. That was from Mike DiGiorgio.
A tiny glow of orange now illuminates the underside of the ear where it meets the neck. Thank you, Cindy House!
The front leg has been corrected and straightened out, so the weight of the bull can rest upon it, and move the bull forward. A fine suggestion from Barry Van Dusen.
And now, finally, we can put the bull behind us. And run like hell.