Second Crimean War #316

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The Doodler
11th Sep 2014, 2:19 PM

Hitchin' a ride. (And yes, a working horse and wagon isn't a stretch. I've seen working farm horses in 2014 Poland, so [alternate] 1996 Ukraine, they're probably pretty common-ish.)

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Tantz Aerine
11th Sep 2014, 3:55 PM

Horse drawn wagons are still a thing in the Cyclades in Greece, and a lot of the province in general :) As we speak, I mean.

Also, she lies well. XD

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The Doodler
11th Sep 2014, 7:20 PM

Interesting! The first time I saw working horses like that was in Central/Eastern European/former Bloc countries, and I wasn't sure how widespread it was in other developed counties. (Farming around my city is heavily mechanized, although my city is fairly poor by national standards. On the other hand, the land is flat and plays nicely with tractors.)

She has to be. I mean, even aside from infiltrating Bohdan's army to steal, she convinced Slava she was a dude for months, and Slava is not ... unfamiliar with the appearances of women. :p

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Whiskey T. Foxtrot
14th Sep 2014, 11:22 AM

No Belarus tractors? Awwww. Horses are awesome, though, and so is this page which I'm trying to imagine in full color *drools*

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The Doodler
14th Sep 2014, 9:04 PM

I think Belarus has TONS of farmhorses -- high gas prices and lousy economy. At least horses are cool. :D

And thanks! Fun lighting to draw.

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