All poses are reffed from photos. I assure you that you can find photographic reference for the poses you need. I'd advise getting an animal drawing book like "How to Draw Animals" by Jack Hamm if you're having trouble seeing the underlying structure of the animal you're trying to draw -- Stylizing off of my piece (which is already heavily stylized) will weaken your final work and won't help you develop your observational skills at all. Don't sell yourself or your work short.
oh no, sorry I think you misunderstood what I was asking. I really just was interested in the general silhouette (of the legs mostly), I didn't want to copy your style. If you look up Moose on Google or something else most wildlife shots are of them either in water or in some sort of scrub bushes. Thanks anyway for responding.
Your animal studies are really amazing, I love them! They are very creative and original; there is no doubt about the animal you're portraying, and yet it's still decidedly your own representation of it!