Digital Art Week
Today I'll be writing about how to avoid common mistakes while drawing horses.
If you're not used to drawing horses, or you haven't studied their anatomy extensively, you're likely to make one or more of these common mistakes. Let's learn how to avoid them so that your horse doesn't end up an eccentric mess like this guy below.
(gif by ThetaDonaldson)
This kind of applies to anything you intend to draw and not just horses, but I can't stress this enough so I felt the need to include this here.
When I talk about using references, I mean work from photos or real life. Please don't use other artists art as references, you'll merely learn to copy/make their mistakes.
Here are some great horse stock artists to get you started:
:iconvenomxbaby: :iconcolourize-stock: :iconchunga-stock: :iconlumibear: :iconequine-resource::iconfillyrox:
I've seen a fair few drawin