How to Draw a Horse Step by Step

How to Draw a Horse Step by Step

    How to Draw a Horse Step by Step

















































































































    Hi, Tom here and in this week's video I'll show you a simple way to draw a
    horse, in this drawing a use of 4B pencil, but any pencil would do, first draw a
    circle, it can just be a rough circle, it's a basic shape for the front of the
    horse, next draw a slightly smaller circle on the left, leaving a gap about
    as big as a small circle, now we can draw a big oval to fill this gap between our
    two circles,
    next draw two lines from the biggest circle going right and they get near
    each other as they get longer for the neck, now draw a small circle for the top
    of the head and then another circle slightly smaller for the mouth area of
    the head of the horse, then we can join these two circles together with two
    short lines, next draw a circle for the knee of the
    front leg of the horse, again we can join this circle with two lines, now we need
    another smaller circle for the end of the leg and then just two narrow lines to
    join these circles together, then we could draw a wedge at the end for the
    hoof of the horse, we can repeat this process for the second front leg, but
    this time I'll draw it going straight down to the ground, you could have both
    front legs going straight down to the ground, I guess, now we can read across
    the height of the knee of the leg on the right to find the heights for the circle
    for the leg on the left, this circle needs to be perhaps slightly left of the
    center circle above it and then the lower part of the back legs will come forward,
    again we can repeat this process for the last back leg of the horse too,
    at this stage we could add the ear and maybe some marks to indicate where the tail goes,
    so, all we've done really is just blocking the basic shapes of the horse
    first, rather than add any detail, which can happen later, next we can smooth out
    some of the lines, building on these basic shapes that we have,
    horses are very powerful animals and I think it's a challenge to draw the power but also
    the elegance of a horse,
    you could add some spirals to your drawing to indicate the form of the
    horse, I find that helps sometimes, so that you get away from just drawing the
    outline of a horse, but start to think about the 3d structure within it and
    then you can sort of find the lines for indicating bits of muscle and bits of
    outline later on, we could also block in the eye, the
    nostril and the mouth, but everything is still in a sketch form at the moment
    the next step is to erase the lines that we no longer need, in this sort of
    drawing I think it's best to draw the basic shapes first, but then to be very
    willing to correct anything that you think you can improve, just by erasing
    that one area and redrawing it, rather than erasing too much, I'll draw the ears
    going forward, then once you are ready you could add some tone to your drawing, some
    tonal value, for this drawing I'm using a 4B pencil and I'm going to make the
    horse quite a dark tone, but I'll leave some sort of reflected light in it,
    maybe using an eraser to get the highlights back in,
    if you'd like to learn more about drawing please visit my website:
    www.circlelineartschool.com
    If you'd like to learn more about drawing please visit my website:
    www.circlelineartschool.com, I post a new video every week and please subscribe to keep
    up to date, thank you very much for watching and see you next time bye bye!

    Hi, Tom here and in this week's video I'll show you a simple way to draw a
    horse, in this drawing a use of 4B pencil, but any pencil would do, first draw a
    circle, it can just be a rough circle, it's a basic shape for the front of the
    horse, next draw a slightly smaller circle on the left, leaving a gap about
    as big as a small circle, now we can draw a big oval to fill this gap between our
    two circles,
    next draw two lines from the biggest circle going right and they get near
    each other as they get longer for the neck, now draw a small circle for the top
    of the head and then another circle slightly smaller for the mouth area of
    the head of the horse, then we can join these two circles together with two
    short lines, next draw a circle for the knee of the
    front leg of the horse, again we can join this circle with two lines, now we need
    another smaller circle for the end of the leg and then just two narrow lines to
    join these circles together, then we could draw a wedge at the end for the
    hoof of the horse, we can repeat this process for the second front leg, but
    this time I'll draw it going straight down to the ground, you could have both
    front legs going straight down to the ground, I guess, now we can read across
    the height of the knee of the leg on the right to find the heights for the circle
    for the leg on the left, this circle needs to be perhaps slightly left of the
    center circle above it and then the lower part of the back legs will come forward,
    again we can repeat this process for the last back leg of the horse too,
    at this stage we could add the ear and maybe some marks to indicate where the tail goes,
    so, all we've done really is just blocking the basic shapes of the horse
    first, rather than add any detail, which can happen later, next we can smooth out
    some of the lines, building on these basic shapes that we have,
    horses are very powerful animals and I think it's a challenge to draw the power but also
    the elegance of a horse,
    you could add some spirals to your drawing to indicate the form of the
    horse, I find that helps sometimes, so that you get away from just drawing the
    outline of a horse, but start to think about the 3d structure within it and
    then you can sort of find the lines for indicating bits of muscle and bits of
    outline later on, we could also block in the eye, the
    nostril and the mouth, but everything is still in a sketch form at the moment
    the next step is to erase the lines that we no longer need, in this sort of
    drawing I think it's best to draw the basic shapes first, but then to be very
    willing to correct anything that you think you can improve, just by erasing
    that one area and redrawing it, rather than erasing too much, I'll draw the ears
    going forward, then once you are ready you could add some tone to your drawing, some
    tonal value, for this drawing I'm using a 4B pencil and I'm going to make the
    horse quite a dark tone, but I'll leave some sort of reflected light in it,
    maybe using an eraser to get the highlights back in,
    if you'd like to learn more about drawing please visit my website:
    www.circlelineartschool.com
    If you'd like to learn more about drawing please visit my website:
    www.circlelineartschool.com, I post a new video every week and please subscribe to keep
    up to date, thank you very much for watching and see you next time bye bye!


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