We all know that horses can do all sorts of fantastic things, including running, jumping… and flying? Well, why not see for yourself in just a few short, simple steps?
Step-By-Step Images and Instructions
Start by taking a black pen, and drawing a tall, thin “n” shape, angled at a diagonal, in the left of your page. Add a series of short, diagonal lines all down the length of this.
Now, add a small triangle to the bottom right, and a “backward 3” shape to the left.
Add a small loop inside the ear, and then bring the line across to the left and down to the right in a “backward C” shape.
Continue the line down, and then add a pointed “loop” to the bottom of the line.
Add another loop just on top of the first…
And then add short lines to the ends of the lops to create hooves.
Add a curved line to the end of the “backward C” shape to create a face, and then add a small circle and a short, curved line.
Extend the line down from the bottom of the ear, towards the bottom right-hand corner of the page.
At the end of this line, add a large, feathery wing shape.
Then, add a second wing just behind the first.
Next, add a wavy line to the back of the neck to create a mane…
And add a curved line to the bottom just to the right of the front legs. Then, add a second, shorter curved lint beside this. Bring a wavy line down from below the wings, heading towards the bottom right-hand corner of the page.
Add two more legs to the back…
And then use short lines to create hooves.
Now, add two curved lines to the back, just below the wings, and join these at the bottom with a bumpy line – this is the tail of your horse.
Use a black fineliner pen to add a small circle just beneath the horn, and add a “crescent moon” shape to the bottom of this. Now, add short lashes to the top, and smaller circles inside the eyes.
Add another circle to the bottom of the eye…
And then a series of small circles all across the back of the body.
Next, add a series of small “hooks”, like backward C shapes, across the wings.
Add wavy lines to the mane and tail…
And then follow this with a blue pen in these areas. Add the same blue shade to the eye.
Use a pink pen to add color to the hooves and nostril of your horse…
And then take a pink or purple pencil to add color to the body.
Add a little color to the ear with a pink pen to complete your drawing.
Now: whoever it was that said that horses couldn’t fly clearly had their facts wrong, and now you have the evidence to prove it!