The model looks much better up close.
I agree with this. The odd legginess of the images on the monument takes away from the proper weight, the lower center of gravity of the character, and diminishes its comedic impact. I mean, she's a COW. She's supposed to look ponderous; that's what makes the idea of her as a superhero amusing. Look how the weight of the character is pushed downward in her design, despite the character's large head, by the shallow arch of the legs and the low-hanging, bulging udder.
This is certainly improved in the close-up figure, which is much less top-heavy, though both are, perhaps, a bit too symmetrical and somewhat lacking in vitality. I must say, though, that both are on the whole a vast improvement on the hideous John-Kricfalusi-inspired character designs of the actual Cow and Chicken
cartoon, being much more smooth and graceful.