How to Draw a Horse

Learning how to draw a horse properly is not easy. But in a step-by-step manner it makes it possible to draw a horse even for young children. In this lesson, we will learn how to draw the body and face of a horse. So, start drawing a horse.

Step 1

How to draw a Horse, step 1

First, draw two circles in the middle of your paper, which will determine the trunk of our horse. It will also help with the precise position of the horse’s legs and neck. Next, add a circle for the horse’s head as shown here. Make sure the trunk is not too large to accommodate any additional detail. If you want to draw Pony, you need to draw a slightly larger oval. The circles should be applied horizontally to the front legs and chest of the horse.

Step 2

How to draw a Horse, step 2

The basic shape of the horse. In the next step, draw the basic shapes of the neck, legs and head. Estimated basic rate. Draw the horse’s neck and add a small circle to the muzzle. Now draw two straight lines for the front leg and two for the hind legs, with the balls on the joints as shown in the figure. Draw the angular and triangular lines for the ankles and toes of the horse.

Step 3

How to draw a Horse, step 3

Draw a general outline of the horse. The initial circles will be useful to you in drawing the general shape of the horse.

Step 4

How to draw a Horse, step 4

Add a few details to finish painting your horse. Delete redundant pencil sketches. Now you can add a few details to your horse or horse drawing. First, focus on the horse’s muzzle. Start with the eyes. Draw a straight and slightly raised mouth at the end. The nostrils of the horse are simply two small circles. Draw the nails in the shape of a parallelogram. Draw a long mane and mane and tail, as in a pure horse.

Step 5

How to draw a Horse, step 5

Finish drawing the horse. Now you can add shades to the body of the horse. In this tutorial, we used the simple steps of drawing horses. If you want to draw a more realistic How to draw cute animals, you might like to draw it off of a photo. You can try to color in the horse with crayons or paints.


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