I've never written a critique before but the impact of this piece has compelled me!
Your attention to anatomy here has me in awe. I've been studying anatomy for years, and this piece is so satisfying to look at!
The first thing I see is that you connected the wing to the chest and not the shoulder. You've made the forelegs legs connect behind the wings separately, and it looks completely true to the function of both birds and equines while appearing natural. Great job!
The feathering pattern of the wings is realistic and you've created an interesting blend of feathers and fur across the body. The individual feathers are detailed down to the vanes! The feathered feet are a nice touch and I love how you've placed the extra digits on the hindlimb where we would see the chestnut in a real horse.
Just the sheer amount of time you must have put into this piece... what a project! Awesome job on it, I don't see a single thing I would change
Overall, I really enjoyed your interpretation of a pegasus!
Thank you very much, I'm glad you enjoyed it.
I've been working on my own version of pony anatomy for a few months now. I've actually been doing anatomy charts and stuff for them. It's nice to know that it has paid off.