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Draw a horse

Draw a horse

Draw a horse

This summer, we're helping people everywhere in the world find their inspiration, happiness, and strength by bringing horse art to their communities. Here, you can draw Megan, coming out of a tranquil blue forest and reaching for the wild blue sky.You may have noticed that there is a grid of three dashed lines, both in horizontal and vertical directions, on every step of this tutorial. If students make their own centered lines on their own paper, before drawing, they will have an easy reference to follow.

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So does that mean students need to draw a big fat pencil lines one their white paper before they start? Goodness no, please don’t! That will most likely be hard to erase and distract from any finished art. No, simply fold the paper in half twice, both ways, make a crease, and unfold. The beauty is that by the time the drawing is done and colored in, the creases will disappear. Have you always wanted to know how to draw a horse? Well, you've come to the right place! We know that learning how to draw animals is no easy feat, but in this handy step-by-step guide, we will teach you how to draw a horse and help you to perfect your technique.

A horse's hoof is very structurally similar to a human's middle finger or toe. Your process of drawing a horse will make a lot more sense when you understand these key points.This is a simple lesson designed for beginners and kids with real easy to follow steps. Feel free to print this page and use as a drawNow that we understand the most important parts of a horse and have the basic shapes down, we can create a loose sketch. It's almost like a cave drawing, but you can see indications of the directions of the legs, the angle of the pelvis, the rib cage and midsection.(Source:www.creativebloq.com)

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The neck has to be thick because of the muscles required to hold the head up. For the horse's head, we can follow what we did previously with the skull and add some big muscle shapes towards the back of the jaw. Now that we understand the most important parts of a horse and have the basic shapes down, we can create a loose sketch. It's almost like a cave drawing, but you can see indications of the directions of the legs, the angle of the pelvis, the rib cage and midsection.

Accurate landmarks in the horse sketch make this job much easier. Look at every simplified line and see how more anatomical information can be added. Use straight lines for muscles that are stretched or taut with tension, and curved lines for parts that are softer or being compressed. . Add subtleties to the muscles and detail to the horse’s features, to make the anatomy easier to read. While you're doing this, take care to maintain the essence of the original sketch. Step 3) Of course horses aren't completely straight, so we want to curve those lines a bit. Now is a good time to adjust the shape of the nose and forehead of your horse to give it a more realistic shape. You can start drawing a little darker now with these curved lines. (Source: wildlifetree.com Step 6) The final step is what will give your horse that finished look and let your horse come to life. That is the shading. Shading is used to add shape and definition to a flat drawing. It can also be used to show where shadows are. Try slightly shading the back legs, and some areas on the face and body.

 

 

 

 

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