Learn how to draw a great looking Easy Horse with easy, step-by-step drawing instructions, and video tutorial.
By following the simple steps, you too can easily draw a beautiful Easy Horse.
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Would you like to learn how to draw an easy horse? You can master this easy horse outline with the help of an equine drawing guide.
Do you love horses? Many people do. They are beautiful animals. When they run fast on their skinny legs, their long manes and tails behind them, some people say they "run like the wind."
Horses and people have lived and worked together for around 6,000 years. We ride horses and have used their strength to pull wagons, chariots, and farm equipment. Today, though, most people own horses for recreation or pleasure.
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Horses are synonymous with cowboy culture. They may be found living on farms or competing in races, dressage, and other competitions.
Learn to draw this easy horse and add him to your herd.
If you liked this tutorial, see also the following drawing guides: Horseshoe, Wanted Poster, and Chibi Unicorn.
Step-by-Step Instructions for Drawing a Simple Horse
How to Draw a Great Looking Easy Horse for Kids, Beginners, and Adults - Step 1
1. Begin the easy horse outline by sketching the horse's face. Outline the nose with a long curved line. Draw an irregular round shape for the eye, and shade a partial circle inside it. On the nose, draw a dot for the nostril. Place short curved lines above the eye and nostril and at the corner of the mouth.
Easy Easy Horse Drawing - Step 2
2. Draw the lower lip and jaw using a long curved line. For the ear, extend two curved lines upward and allow them to meet at a gentle point. Contour inside it with a curved line. Outline the mane with two curved lines that meet at a point.
Easy Easy Horse Drawing - Step 3
3. Draw the horse's mane. Use a series of curved lines. The points and "U" shaped sections are locks of the mane.
Easy Easy Horse Drawing - Step 4
4. Begin to outline the body of the easy horse cartoon. Extend a long curved line below the head, forming the neck and chest. Use a pair of curved lines to sketch the leg, noting the gentle point of the knee. Connect them at the bottom with a short line.
Easy Easy Horse Drawing - Step 5
5. Draw the easy horse cartoon's rear leg, again using a long curved line for the front of the leg and a short one at the bottom.
Connect the legs near the top, forming the belly. Then, band the bottom of the front leg with a curved line to indicate the horse's hoof.
Easy Easy Horse Drawing - Step 6
6. Extend a line from the mane. It should run across the back and rump and down the back of the leg to fully enclose the outline of the horse. Band the bottom of the leg with a curved line to indicate the hoof.
Easy Easy Horse Drawing - Step 7
7. Draw the remaining front leg, raised as if taking a step. Outline the leg using two curved lines, and connect them at the bottom. Band the bottom of the leg to indicate the hoof.
Add More Details to Your Easy Horse Picture - Step 8
8. Draw the final leg. Again, use a pair of curved lines, connected at the bottom. Band the bottom of the leg with a curved line to indicate the hoof.
Complete the Outline of Your Easy Horse Drawing - Step 9
9. Complete your easy horse outline By drawing the tail. Use long and short curved lines that meet at sharp points.
Color Your Easy Horse Drawing
Color your easy horse cartoon. Ours is brown with a darker mane. But horses come in a range of colors and patterns - black, white, brown, blonde, cream, grey, and even red.
Some have spots or specks. Others have markings on their faces called blazes or stars, or spots on their legs called socks or stockings.
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