Horses are typically at their happiest when they have their natural habitat to chill and relax in – and this will usually involve a generous portion of tasty grass! Ready to bring this scene to life? Then let’s get started!
Step-By-Step Images and Instructions
Start with a black pen, and add a triangle to the left of your page. From the bottom of this, add a small “step”, and then bring the line down and across in a loop.
To the right of this, add a wavy line heading up towards the top right-hand corner of the page.
Add another triangle to the left of the first to create another ear…
And then add a smaller triangle just inside the “step”.
Next, add a small circle inside the triangle, with a smaller dot in the center.
Draw a small black circle just above the bottom curve, and add a small curve above this.
Now, add a curved line emerging from the ear, and take this across to the right.
At the end, bring a wavy line down…
And then add a line to the end of the wavy line on the right. Bring in two lines, coming in closer together, and take these down towards the bottom of the page.
Add another curved line to the left of that on the end…
And then add a second curved line to the one at the back.
Draw another leg just behind the first one.
Then, close the ends of the legs with a short, horizontal line and add hooves to each.
Add two angled, parallel lines to the back shape, and create a back leg and hoof.
Add the fourth leg and hoof to the very back…
And follow this up with a tail behind the back of your horse.
Now, add a little detail to the tail with a series of slightly wavy lines.
Add a mane to the top of your horse by drawing a jagged line just behind the ears.
Now for some grass! Add a jagged, curved line in front of your horse’s face, and follow this by connecting the two sides with a straight, horizontal line.
Add some weeds to the grass with curved lines and small leaves…
Before using a brown pen to add color to the hooves, mane, and tail, as well as the triangle around the eye.
Use a blue pen to fill in the circle in the eye…
And a green pen to bring the grass to life and make it rich and juicy.
Grab a brown pencil, and use this to gently shade the body of your horse.
And there we have it – your very own horse doing what horses do best; enjoying a nutritious, tasty green snack!