First select the nag...a running one is better than a stationary or Walking pose. Remove the base.
I´m also going to add a couple of dead bods.
This enables it to lay flat. You could make some thick basing and press it into that but I´ve found the head and neck end up "unaturally" embedded in the surface, almost as if the horse was made of lead and fell onto some sandy earth.
The raised hand of the Knight was holding a sword but this has been removed and a glove effect made by squeezing the empty hand with fine toothed pliers. One Thing...don´t Forget to add a stirrup to the "topside" of the fallen nag.
|The stirrup is made from a thin Piece of paper|