|Uploaded:||March 12, 2008|
|Updated:||June 20, 2011|
Okay boys and girls; are you ready to have some heart pounding, colorful looking, and warm feeling fun? Well saddle up and jump aboard the little pony express because this tutorial is going to show you "how to draw My Little Pony", Kimono. These colorful toys where designed and marketed toward little girls as a fun play toy pony. They where first introduced back in 1982 by the Hasbro Toy company with the Earth Ponies collection. The first collection contained the original my little pony line up with; Blossom, Minty, Butterscotch, Cotton Candy, Blue Belle, and finally Snuzzal. When they first hit toy shelves they almost instantly became a big hit. The popular toy horse resembled real life horses with colors of the rainbow. At one point they even out sold the other popular girls toy Barbie. When Hasbro seen how remarkable this line of toys where doing they eventually introduced Pegasus and Unicorns to the Earth Ponies. Then out came an even bigger crowd with Sea Ponies which actually did look like sea horses. After the quick sale of those types of ponies Hasbro introduced Flutter Ponies, these had much smaller bodies compared to the Pegasus line. Flutter Ponies came with a set of translucent wings like a fly or a bee, and they also gave a child the ability to move the wings with an action button. If the Flutter ponies weren’t small enough, Hasbro went all out and dropped another pony line called Windy Wing and Summer Wing ponies, and these toy horses where even smaller that the flutter ponies. Finally Hasbro said “enough” and put out one last pony line called Mermaid ponies. Over time the popularity of these pint size toys grew so much that a movie line was released along with a cartoon series. These ponies are fun looking and my favorite out of them all is Kimono Pony. She has a purple body and deep purple hair with two Chinese lanterns on her back hip. This tutorial will show you "how to draw My Little Pony", Kimono step by step. Have fun and enjoy!