Here is the big time drawing that I worked on for hours yesterday. It is what I like to call "how to draw a horse rider", step by step. I know that this horse could have many names, but when you draw horses, you have to come up with a different concept once in a while instead of drawing just the horse head, or full body as it majestically trollops through the fields, sands or what have you. I really like the design of this horse because not only are you going to be drawing a horse rider, you will actually get a lesson on drawing the saddle, and bridle. I like to think that this is a drawing replicating a cartoon version of a worn down Arabian style horse. The look on the horse's face conveys that it has been traveling for a long time. Maybe the rider was lost, or the horse is waiting for his/her return. This is also a nice horse lesson to draw a rider next to it. You can draw a female or male, or you can just leave it be. Anyways, this should take an experienced artist a little while to draw if you plan on drawing the horse in detail like you see here with the saddle and all. If not, you should be able to complete the lesson in about thirty minutes give or take. That's it folks. Stay tuned in because I do still have more coming your way today!