Originally Posted by PaintingMissy
A tail naturally flows behind a horse. Fake tails lack this. They contantly get caught between the horse's legs which is distracting and akward looking to me.
I have found a trick that prevents D's tail from doing this. Show sheen
never have the tail cought in the legs problem ^_^. Also if people put the tails in right there shouldn't be any ripping or damage done to the tail (I suppose it could matter from horse to horse if they have slightly thinner or brittle tails?). It look me a good 4-5 shows to finally get my tail right :P