how to draw a simple horse
Step 4. How to Draw a Simple Horse
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Uploaded: January 1, 2010
Artist: Dawn
Difficulty: Novice  Novice Skill Level
Steps: 7
Updated: January 2, 2010
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Think real hard to come up with what kind of animal that people love to draw. Now take that very same animal that you just thought of, and try and imagine how hard it would be to draw using a regular step by step drawing tutorial. It would be a bit challenging right? I know because I thought like that too when I was a beginning artist. As some of you may know, I love helping people learn how to draw. Because of this I like submitting lessons that teach people how to do just that, in the easiest way possible. Unless of course the person, place or thing that I'm drawing is meant to be complicated. If you thought about the same animal I did, then you know that drawing horses can be a real challenge. That is why I want to submit this tutorial that will show you โ€œhow to draw a simple horse, step by stepโ€. One of my favorite breed of horse is the Appaloosa. These horses are often owned and rode by Native Americans. The main reason why they are associated with Indians, is because Indians, are responsible for this breeds development. It was the Nez Perce people of the Pacific Northwest that we have to thank for these beautiful creatures. The simple horse that you will learn how to draw is of an appaloosa. I drew the horse from the front view so that it is a bit different than the other horses that you see on the site. How many times have you attempted to draw a horse, and almost every time the drawing was almost a failure. Not no more, this tutorial will help you draw one of the prettiest horses around. The appaloosa is one of the few horses that are known for their colorful spotted patterns on their coats, and striped hooves. Well that just about does it for me and for this description. I hope you guys find this lesson on, โ€œhow to draw a simple horseโ€ helpful, and fun. Peace out peeps, and happy drawing!