How to Draw a Horse Rider
Drawing For All has released a new drawing lesson on how to draw a horse rider. As you can see, this will be a challenging task, but we are confident that our readers will be able to complete it.
Outline the rider’s head and spine, on which the chest and pelvis are located, as well as the rider’s arms and feet, using simple lines.
Now let’s flesh out the rider’s figure. First, outline the torso as shown in our example. Next, sketch out the shoulders and knees with balls, and the arms and legs of our rider with cylindrical figures.
Now let’s work on the horse’s figure. First, sketch out the muzzle and ears. Then outline the neck, expanding to the chest. Outline the horse’s long torso. Finally, sketch out the front and hind legs. For more information on the horse’s figure, see the lesson on how to draw a horse.
Now we’ll draw the main details on the horse’s and rider’s bodies: first, a helmet, outlines of the rider’s face, and outlines of the rider’s clothing. Next, outline the horse’s eyes, nose, mouth, and hair. Finally, sketch out the reins in the rider’s hands and the saddle, and draw hair lines on the tail.
We’ll finish drawing the horse rider’s figure here, starting with the head and working our way down. Draw the outline of the helmet and facial features first, then carefully draw the outlines of the rider’s clothing using clear and dark lines, removing any unnecessary guidelines.
Now let’s work on the details of the horse’s body. Carefully draw all of the necessary lines on the horse’s body, detailing all parts of the body and removing all unnecessary guidelines. If you think the principles of drawing a horse body are not described in enough detail in this lesson, go to the horse lesson.
After determining the light source, we need to add shadows to those parts of our drawing where the light does not fall. Take the pencil in your hand more comfortably and begin hatching.
How do you draw a horse face for beginners?
- Draw a large eye with a spot.
- Begin the head as shown.
- Add the top of the head and neck.
- Add two ears.
- Draw the mouth shape around the nose.
- Erase the inside line. Add the nostril and lip line.
- Add a mane and back line.
What is the Colour of horse?
Sorrel, Bay, Palomino, Dun, Dapple gray, Buckskin, Roan, Paint, Appaloosa, Gray, Chestnut, and Black are some of the most common horse coat colors. Horse coat colors are derived from one of two possible base pigments: red or black, and every horse has a gene for either of these pigments.