I am not quite finished but I really need to get some sleep. Think of this horse drawing tutorial as a snapshot into how I (hopefully try to) put a graphic together.
Happy drawing. My pillow is calling. I love that pillow.
Chariot racing was the Formula 1 of the ancient world.
I know this one is a little more complicated and maybe a little out of order as a step by step drawing tutorial. But I trust you to be smart. And awesome.
The world needs all the awesome it can get right now.
Draw all the horses! And to answer the questions we've received, yes, you absolutely have permission use in your classrooms. Use it a little or a lot. We are cool with that. All the love and good vibes to the educators out there.
Horses have amazing toes. Are there any other animals alive today that walk on one toe? The ostrich might be close, but still. They have 2 toes. Horses, you are crazy. You could learn to draw hooves. Or grass.
Drawing some horse tails. Enjoy!
Hello out there. Wherever you are in the world. All of us at 4 Dog arts hope you are safe, warm, and fed. And if you want to draw with us, we are going to do all we can to keep the how to draw tutorials coming. Look out for each other and all the best. Cheers.
-J.M.Rockeman and all of us at the 4 Dog Arts studio
You know how sometimes you scribble down notes and then come across them later?
This is verbatim what I wrote down:
Quarantine: 3-4 weeks
I'm sure I will remember what that was for. Good luck in 2019.