Hello, dear artists. In our comments, you often asked us to teach you how to draw a horse. So, this drawing guide is ready, and we start the drawing process!
Firstly, we sketch out the torso and head in a pair of rounded shapes. With this step, we will immediately indicate the basic proportions of the horse, and also correctly position it on the sheet of paper.
Now we will outline the contours of our horse’s eye and ear. We chose a cartoon style so the eye looks like a regular circle. Notice the small border around the ear.
In this step, we will continue to create a very simple horse shape. So, now we will connect the head and torso with two smooth short lines. We will also draw a small nostril and mouth inside the head outline.
As you know, all horses have a mane. In our cartoon style, we are going to draw a small fringe that looks like a rounded shape with several jagged edges.
Now add a second rounded shape with jagged edges. It sits between the contours of the ears and the back of the head. This shape should be larger than the shape from the first step.
Drawing horse legs is very difficult, isn’t it? Actually, yes, so we decided to keep this task as simple as possible. In this step, we sketch out a rectangle and a triangle that is located on the front of the torso.
This is another super easy step. Now we will draw the hind legs of our horse. This is very similar to the last step, but you can see a noticeable bend here.
Here we will only add four lines to represent the hooves. Pay attention to the size of the hooves and the distance from each line to the edge of the foot.
Drawing a curvy tail is the last step before working with paints. You can choose the shape and size of the horse’s tail as you like.
We decided to avoid shadows and complex highlights. For a perfectly simple drawing, you only need to paint over our horse and do not forget about a simple white highlight in the eye.
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