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hell horse drawing tutroial

Hell Horse Drawing Tutroial

Step 1.

Let's get started shall we? Begin with the guide shapes for the head, muzzel, neck and body. When that is done draw in the guidelines for the legs and hooves.

Step 2.

Up next you will begin drawing the horse's face. The muzzel is skeleton like and the cheeks are very defined. Draw in the hollow of the nasal cavity, then draw in ears and the horn.

Step 3.

Okay folks, proceed on by defininig the shape of the neck and then when that is done draw the first front leg. Be sure to make it muscular and defined.

Step 4.

We will now continue to draw the body of the hell horse. Draw in the back shape, then the back legs, back feet and front leg and hoof. Define the legs and feet/hooves. When you are done proceed to step five.

Step 5.

For the final drawing step all you have to do is draw in the long flowing mane and really long flowing tail. The tail is so long its actually resting on the groud. Detail the mane and tail and you are ready to erase the mistakes and guides.

Step 6.

Here is the end result when you are done. Now just add some color and an awesome background. I hope you liked this lesson folks.

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Uploaded: June 25, 2016
Artist: Dawn
Difficulty: Intermediate  Intermediate Skill Level
Steps: 6
Updated: June 26, 2016
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I'm sure many of you know that one of my passions is drawing dark concept/fantasy artwork that I can later turn into cool tutorials. Here is one of my weird inventions on drawing a hell horse or a horse from hell step by step. Of all the fire horses, this is my favorite one. I love the back hooves because instead of being traditional horse shoes, I've made them into gnarly clawed feet. The tail and mane are long, limp and flowing like molted lava. I will be placing this in the intermediate section because it will be difficult to replicate if you are a novice artist. Anyways, have fun folks and stick around to see what's next.

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