I think that, if you want to make a centaur look anatomically plausible, you could substitute the scapulae of the horse for the pelves of the human and run the abdominals into the clavicles and pectorals of the horse. Notice that this one doesn’t.
@BC: That’s completely absurd! Look, she’s just waltzing around with a strung bow that appears to have no method to hold the string in place, AND it looks like the string’s resting up against her wrist! BALONEY, sir, complete baloney.
As for the rest of the centaurides, she’s done well enough. The relationship between the woman’s legs and the horse’s forelegs is well done. There’s a funny divot where the woman’s Mons Pubis should be, they could’ve used more horse hide there and left it up to the imagination.
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