Learn how to draw a great looking Cartoon Horse with easy, step-by-step drawing instructions, and video tutorial. You can now easily create a beautiful Cartoon Horse drawing.
Yee-haw! Would you like to learn how to draw a cartoon horse? You'll be roping and riding in no time when you master this cartoon horse outline, with the help of our step-by-step drawing tutorial.
Almost every kid goes through a horse phase. Have you? Do you dream of owning and riding your own faithful steed?
Whether you live on a farm or in the city, you can learn how to draw this magnificent animal. Horses have captivated our imaginations and captured our hearts for millennia. After all, they were domesticated around 6,000 years ago, and they've had a role in human life ever since.
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Have you read books or watched movies about fictional horses? Black Beauty, the Black Stallion, Spirit, Rain, Khan, Flicka - there are too many to name. Some stories are even about real horses, like Seabiscuit.
This horse is drawn in the cute style of My Little Pony. Will you let her brighten your day?
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Step-by-Step Instructions for Drawing a Cartoon Horse
Cartoon Horse Drawing - Step 1
1. Begin the cartoon horse outline by drawing the face. Use a curved line to outline the snout, noting the contours of the nostrils and lip. Use a curved line and a small shaded teardrop to draw the nostril.
Outline the eye using curved lines; note the lines of the eyelid and eyebrow. Draw and shade a partial circle inside the eye to indicate the pupil.
Cartoon Horse Drawing - Step 2
2. Use a long curved line to sketch the horse's lower lip and jaw. At the top of the head, extend a pair of curved lines and allow them to meet at a point, forming the ear.
Then, use curved lines of different lengths to enclose the front of the mane. The lines should meet at curved, jagged points.
Cartoon Horse Drawing - Step 3
3. Draw the remaining ear on the opposite side of the mane, again using two curved lines that meet at a point. Contour the near ear with a curved line. Then, draw the long hair of the mane as it flows down the neck. Use curved lines of various lengths that meet at sharp, jagged points.
Cartoon Horse Drawing - Step 4
4. Extend a long curved line below the head to outline the neck and chest. Extend another long, curved line overlapping this one, and double it back upon itself to form the leg. Draw a curved line near the bottom of the leg to indicate the hoof.
Cartoon Horse Drawing - Step 5
5. From the mane, extend another long, curved line to trace the horse's back and rump. Double it back upon itself to form the rear leg. Draw a curved line near the bottom of the leg to indicate the hoof.
Cartoon Horse Drawing - Step 6
6. Draw the remaining foreleg, raised and bent at the knee. For this leg also, extend a curved line and double it back upon itself. Draw a curved line near the bottom of the leg to indicate the hoof. Draw a curved line between the tops of the front and rear leg to form the horse's belly.
Cartoon Horse Drawing - Step 7
7. Use overlapping curved lines to draw the rear leg, also bent and raised from the ground. Draw a curved line near the bottom of the leg to indicate the hoof.
Cartoon Horse Drawing - Step 8
8. Draw the horse's flowing tail. Use curved lines of various lengths that meet at jagged points.
Cartoon Horse Drawing - Step 9
9. Complete the cartoon horse outline by texturing the mane and tail with curved lines.
Complete Cartoon Horse Drawing
Color your cartoon horse. We've given our drawing a brown mane and a blonde fur, an uncommon but majestic coloration. Horses can be white, black, brown, grey, tan, cream, or even red. They can also have spots, speckles, stars, blazes, stockings, or socks.
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