Description: Hello all my fellow bronies! How is everypony? I have a brand spanking new tutorial for the my little pony friendship is magic fans out there in internet world that I hope covered all you need to draw your own ponies. I didn't include coloring on this tutorial, but the coloring if rather straight forward and easy to do. This is a long one so hunker on down with your tools of choice and I'll show you what it takes to draw you some my little pony.
Description: Welcome everyone. Let's get right started and going on the right hoof. Head first. The head is rounder from the side than it is from the front or the back. When you look at the head from the front or 3/4 view it will appear more oval than round. The eyes are placed low and close to the snout and the ears start along the back of the head and go up.
Description: Eyes come in all shapes and styles. Knowing where to place the highlights on the iris can mean all the difference in your pony picture. Placing them too high or too low can throw things off sometimes.
Description: Or you can make your pony a Pegasus pony and give it wings. I've included several different examples of how the wings look. Folded and open, going up and down. See how there are three four feathers on the wing. The second from the one furthest from body will always be the longest. There are also 3 smaller feathers that overlap the 4 main ones.
Description: Now for the legs. In my opinion, the legs are the hardest part of drawing a pony because if you mess up on one, you can mess the whole look of the picture up. Making sure that the legs are all the same length, that all the joints are in the right place and that they are positioned right will take up most of the drawing process. If we were to compare the legs of our pony to a human arm or leg it would go like this. 1 would be the shoulder/hip. 2 would be the knee/elbow. 3 would be the ankle or wrist and then 4 would be the toe.
Description: And here are three of the styles of hooves used for the show. There is the plain which is seen the most. There is a little bit of a hoof, not really seen in the show. And then there is the hairy, like you see on Big Mac.
Description: Woo now time to discuss hair. Any style will look wonderful on your pony as long as you place it right. You want to make sure that the hair comes up off the head of your pony and doesn't stick to the shape of the head. It will make it look like they were just painted instead of actually having hair. Give it volume.
Description: Designing fashions for your pony can be fun, but in it's own way difficult. Understanding how the clothes fit the chest, middle and hips. The skirt will come up from the back and depending on the length of the skirt and the hight and volume of the tail, the skirt will stick up higher for short skirts of big tails, but when longer, it will be weighed down and not sit as high on the flank.
Description: Now we'll get started on actually drawing a pony. We'll draw three circles. One for the head, one for the shoulders and one for the hips. We'll connect them with a line that will show the position of the body and what way it's facing. We'll also map out the head so we know how to lay out the face.
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