One thing to watch out for--the reverse view can't just be traced from the front view, because the resulting limb positions usually aren't possible. For example, look at the horse's hooves. The hooves on the far side shouldn't be lower than the hooves on the near side--that's not how perspective works, unless you're viewing the figure through a glass floor from beneath. Most miniature artists I've noticed handle this problem on four-footed figures by having the bottom of all four feet on the same level, which is technically correct if you're viewing from a ground-level perspective. Alternately, they adjust the length of the legs just a bit, so that on both sides, the nearer hooves are slightly lower.
Hope that helps. It's a minor fix, but I think it will make a big difference in the figure's realism.
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