New artwork

by Aspen
(WY, USA)

Adam Lambert drawing

Adam Lambert drawing

Adam Lambert drawing
Fire nation horse - I call him Flames (8/17/2016)
A family portrait  (7/28/2016)
Appaloosa drawing - take a look

Here are some of my newest drawings I've done over the month of August. I'll tell you a little about them.

1 - This ain't a horse but it's one of my best human drawings ever! I drew this on August 9th 2016. It all started when one of my friends talked me into drawing this picture of Adam Lambert and I couldn't wait to start it. It took me, believe it or not (it's one of my fastest and best ones), 2 hours.

It's all pencil - 6b, hb and more. The only thing in color is his eyes and the background. Please comment and tell me what you all think. I'd love to hear your opinions about this drawing.

2 - I'm a big fan of the movie the Avatar, the Last Airbender and I couldn't wait but to do a drawing of a fire nation horse. I call him Flames because, well, he's flaming hot. LOL!

What do you think of this artwork?

3 - A family portrait of me and my friend's breyer horses - Appaloosa (Buddy the 2nd a.K.A Cody D)and Clydesdale (Buddy the 1st), Buckskin (Tommy Joe trying to grab an apple from the tree!

4 - This one I did on 8/21/2016. I love how the horse throughout the eyes is just so playful. And actually, this one looks really loving. It's beautiful in my eyes but I would love to hear your opinion.

It's done with pencil, all kinds, from HB to a Dark 6B. Please feel free to comment!

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Playful Arabian Drawing

by Aspen
(WY, USA)

Playful Arabian

Playful Arabian

Playful Arabian is a drawing that shows tons of personality. The eyes and the nose is just so powerful, strong and very dominating, the halter shows that this horse is very stubborn with the chains to slow his jets down. LOL!

I think I've done pretty well with the shading. You can see every muscle and vein throughout the face. I even had a couple people say that it looks like he's shiny, and that puts a smile on my face. That's what I've always wanted to get when I draw!

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Pencil Horse Drawings 2016

by Aspen
(Wy/USA)

Apologize

Apologize

Apologize
Wild Mike

Horse name: Apologize
The words down below is a song by One-Republic called Apologize and the horse looks like he's saying sorry. Don't know why but he does.

I'm holdin' on your rope,
Got me ten feet off the ground.
And I'm hearin' what you say,
But I just can't make a sound.
You tell me that you need me,
Then you go and cut me down.
But wait.
You tell me that you're sorry,
Didn't think I'd turn around.
And say.That it's too late to apologize.
It's too late.
I said it's too late to apologize.
It's too late.
Too late,

I'd take another chance,
Take a fall, take a shot for you.
I need you like a heart needs a beat,
But it's nothin' new,
I loved you with a fire red,
Now it's turnin' blue.
And you say.
Sorry, like an angel
Heaven let me think was you.
But I'm afraid.
It's too late to apologize.
It's too late.
I said it's too late to apologize.
It's too late.
I said it's too late to apologize,
I'm holdin' on your rope,
Got me ten feet off the ground


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Horse Name: Wild Mike
A wild Appaloosa that looks like a mike to me :D

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Harrison A drawing by Aspen

by Aspen
(Wy/USA)

Artist: Aspen

Artist: Aspen

A request I done :D

Drawing by: Aspen

Materiel: Colored pencil

Horses Name: Harrison

Drawing date/finished:10/23/2015

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Drawings

by Aspen
(WY, USA)

St.Patrick's Day

St.Patrick's Day

St.Patrick's Day
Palomino

More horse drawings...

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American Flag + 1

by Aspen
(WY, USA)

American Flag

American Flag

American Flag
Marilyn Monroe

#1 - This horse I drew for a contest but the SAD Thing is I probably will never get this drawing back. I drew it for a good reason - for the Constitution Day Contest... I hope I win.

#2 Is not a HORSE but I have been telling people for a long time that I can DRAW people too so here it is. Marilyn Monroe - I drew this last year 2014. When my family saw it they could not believe what I just drew.

I made it with light black charcoal and the lip "IS MY FAV PART" - I did it with Kimberly Red Watercolor Pencil..

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Little Toy Gun

by ASPEN
(WY, USA)

Palomino Stallion / colt

Palomino Stallion / colt

Palomino Stallion / colt
Little toy gun

Hi! I drew this Palomino colt and another for a song By CARRIE UNDERWOOD that's called (Little toy guns).









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Pen horse drawing by Aspen

by Aspen
( WY (USA))

Pen horse drawing

Pen horse drawing

I did this with a pen if you can believe that. It turned out great but there's one thing that bothers me... it's her NOSE. It's a bit small and Arabian-ish but it's still an amazing drawing, don't you think?

Drawing date: 11/8/2015

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Twister

by Aspen
(WY, USA)

Twister

Twister

A drawing I did on 4/13/2016. I really hope everyone likes it. Feel free to comment. Thanks!

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Call the Black Wind

by Aspen
(WY (USA))

Call the Black Wind (1/3/2016)

Call the Black Wind (1/3/2016)

I usually don't use Charcoal but this time I did, and it turned out great saying I used charcoal. I draw really hard with a pencil or colored pencil and I break the charcoal right in two. But this time I light handed everything keeping the charcoal flat and softly on the paper.

I did a light grey charcoal in the black, that almost looks like it came right out of the fireplace. But once it got all together it looks good. I do know that my favorite to do is pencil, mostly the darkest 6B to 8B those are my fave and I use them even if I don't need them. Even this drawing has the pencil through it's hair and place that the light is hitting.

Using pencils and charcoal sometimes don't do good together but it's great for this picture. I think it's pretty good, don't you think so?!

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Pencils are all I need/More horse drawings anyone?

by Aspen
(WY/USA)

Horse Drawing by ASPEN/12/6/2015

Horse Drawing by ASPEN/12/6/2015

Horse Drawing by ASPEN/12/6/2015
Drawing by ASPEN/12/5/2015
Drawing By ASPEN/12/16/2015
Drawing by ASPEN/12/7/2015

Pencil's are all I need!

ALL Drawing by ASPEN

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Horse Fever!

by Aspen
(WY, USA)

ARAB

ARAB

ARAB
Improvement
*Savage garden*
Rubies are RED

The first one I call Young Arab Horse walking.

2nd--- Some of my improvement Drawings 2013 - 2014 - 2015

3rd --- One isn't a HORSE, I have talked about Savage garden before. Hope you guys like it! This drawing took about 1 hour to 45 minutes.

4th --- Rubies are RED. I drew this Horse with colored pencils.

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SECRETARIAT

by Aspen
(WY, USA)

 SECRETARIAT

SECRETARIAT

 SECRETARIAT
 SECRETARIAT --- In real life ---

I thought it's always good to learn about new things so this is what I have for you.

THE SUPER HORSE ---- SECRETARIAT

The story of Secretariat began with the toss of a coin in 1969 between Penny Chenery of Meadow Stable and Ogden Phipps of Wheatley Stable. The coin toss was the idea of Phipps, owner of Bold Ruler, and "Bull" Hancock of Claiborne Farms as a way to get the very best mares for Bold Ruler, and when the toss went their way, to add well-bred fillies to their own broodmare band. Bold Ruler was considered one of the important stallions of his time. He had a fine balance between speed and stamina, and though he finished fourth in the 1957 Kentucky Derby at a mile and a quarter, he won the Preakness two weeks later at a mile and three sixteenths, and went on to win three major stakes at the Derby's 10-furlong distance.

After his racing career, Bold Ruler was retired to Claiborne Farms, but was still controlled by the Phipps family. This meant that he would be bred mainly to Phipps's mares and that few of his offspring would find their way to the auction ring. Phipps and Hancock agreed to forgo stud fees for Bold Ruler; instead, they would claim one of two foals produced by the mare he bred in successive seasons or two mares he bred in the same season. Who obtained which foal or even received first pick would be decided by a flip of a coin.

In 1968, Chenery sent two mares named Hasty Matelda and Somethingroyal to Bold Ruler, and in 1969, a colt and filly were the result. Chenery and Phipps's coin toss was held in the fall of 1969, in the office of New York Racing Association Chairman Alfred G. Vanderbilt II, with Hancock as witness. As stated in the original agreement, the winner of the coin toss would get first foal pick in 1969, and second foal pick in 1970. Phipps won the toss and took the weanling filly out of Hasty Matelda. This resulted in Chenery getting the colt out of Somethingroyal.

In 1969, Hasty Matelda was replaced by Cicada, but she did not conceive. Both parties assumed Somethingroyal would deliver a healthy foal in the spring of 1970. This left Chenery with the unborn foal of Somethingroyal On March 30, at 12:10 a.m., Somethingroyal foaled a bright-red chestnut colt with three white socks and a star with a narrow blaze. By the time the colt was a yearling, he was still unnamed. Meadow Stable's secretary, Elizabeth Ham, had submitted five names to the Jockey Club, all of which were denied for various reasons. Approval finally came with the sixth submission, a name Ham herself picked from a previous career association, "Secretariat".

The Kentucky Derby Churchill Downs bettors made the entry of Secretariat and Angle Light the 3–2 favorite in the 1973 Kentucky Derby. (Sham was next at 5–2.) Secretariat broke last, but gradually moved up on the field in the backstretch, then overtook Sham at the top of the stretch, pulling away to win the Derby by 21⁄2 lengths.

Our Native finished eight lengths further back in third.On his way to a still-standing track record (1:592⁄5), Secretariat ran each quarter-mile segment faster than the one before it. The successive quarter-mile times were 251⁄5, 24, 234⁄5, 232⁄5, and 23.

This means he was still accelerating as of the final quarter-mile of the race. No other horse had won the Derby in less than 2 minutes before, and it would not be accomplished again until Monarchos in 2001.
The thing you have to understand is that Sham was fast, a beautiful horse. He would have had the Triple Crown in another year. And it just didn't seem like there could be anything faster than that. Everybody was watching him. It was over, more or less. And all of a sudden there was this, like, just a disruption in the corner of your eye, in your peripheral vision.

And then before you could make out what it was, here Secretariat came. And then Secretariat had passed him. No one had ever seen anything run like that – a lot of the old guys said the same thing. It was like he was some other animal out there.

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Ol'Blue

by Aspen
(WY, USA)

Ol`Blue

Ol`Blue

Ol' Blue is a drawing I'd done with colored pencils. Feel free to comment and say what you think.

Thank you! Aspen

Drawing date: 8/3/2015

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Most Requested Drawings

by Aspen
(Wy ( Usa))

Pintoloosa-Buddy

Pintoloosa-Buddy

Pintoloosa-Buddy
 Quickdraw
Whiskey-Paint
Lucky

Theses are my newest Request from People on Pinterest ...
(****I stared out there name****)

(1) I drawn this beautiful Horse named BUDDY!.. Buddy I had a lot of fun drawing you.... I love that name for a horse and I love you're color Pintoloosa WOW...... @****************** You are SO Lucky ....
(2)I drawn this beautiful Palomino Named Quickdraw ... you are Amazingly beautiful .. actually my favorite horse is a Palomino named Big Chex to Cash .. he is amazing .. I had fun drawing you ..@******** you are Lucky to have him .. P.S I made his saddle a little bigger then actual .. Drawing by Aspen 10/21/2015.....
(3)I drawn this beautiful Paint named Whiskey ... I had a lot of fun drawing you ... P.S you remind me of a mare I had along time ago .. her name was Fancy she was pretty fancy lol .. we had to sell her because I was allergic ... I was sad but not sad because she went to a good home with kids that can ride her and brake her properly .... @****************** you are very lucky to not be allergic and to have Whiskey....
(4)I drawn this beautiful horse named LUCKY ...Lucky you are beautiful ... I love sorrel horses ... @*************** you are lucky to have LUCKY!!!!

Hope you enjoy my ART

Thank you Aspen

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Cinnamon & Tucker

by Devotion
(Ohio, U.S.A.)

Tucker- 30 y/o albino ♥

Tucker- 30 y/o albino ♥

Tucker- 30 y/o albino ♥
Cinnamon- 11 y/o Quarter ♥

These are two real horses that I love riding. I show Cinnamon western, and do some pasture riding and low jumping on Tucker. ♥ them both so much!!!

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Some horse breeds

by Aspen
(WY, USA)

Arabian # 1

Arabian # 1

Arabian # 1
Arabian # 2
Saddlebred
Icelandic

#1 and #2 - The Arabian horse breed have refined, wedge-shaped heads, a broad forehead, large eyes, large nostrils and small muzzles. They display a distinctive concave or "dished" profile.

#3 - The American Saddlebred is a horse breed from the United States.

#4 - The Icelandic horse is a breed of horse developed in Iceland.

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Sunset Runners, Mask & Mustang

by Aspen
(WY, USA)

Sunset Runners

Sunset Runners

Sunset Runners
Mask
Mustang

Sunset Runners is a drawing I did for a contest where it was a tie between me and this other girl. Hers was good and for a while there, I didn't know if I was in the contest but a tie made me happy. I like to see that there's a few other people that can draw!

Mask is a drawing I drew with charcoal. If you like it or have something to say about it, please comment below and I'll be happy to comment back!

Drawing date: 9/13/2015

The Mustang - I had a lot of people say it almost looks like it's actually moving... do you think so?

Drawing date: 9/11/2015



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Jessie James, Little Skinny & Big Chex to Cash

by Aspen
(WY, USA)

Jessie James

Jessie James

Jessie James
Little Skinny
BIG CHEX TO CASH Real life
BIG CHEX TO CASH drawing

I drew this beautiful paint horse named Jessie James. For one I love that name and it fits him perfect!

The second one turned out a "Little Skinny" but still a good drawing! :)

BIG CHEX TO CASH (AQHA/APHA) is the earner of $211,605 & 58.5 AQHA points (NRHA $185,050). One of my favorite horses!

Thank you and hope you guys enjoyed!

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Twas the Night Before Christmas

by Aspen
(WY (USA))

#1

#1

#1
#2
#3
#4

A few Christmas Horse drawings and my favorite Christmas poem! Enjoy And Merry Christmas!


'Twas the night before Christmas, when all through the house
Not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse;
The stockings were hung by the chimney with care,
In hopes that St. Nicholas soon would be there;
The children were nestled all snug in their beds;
While visions of sugar-plums danced in their heads;
And mamma in her 'kerchief, and I in my cap,
Had just settled our brains for a long winter's nap,
When out on the lawn there arose such a clatter,
I sprang from my bed to see what was the matter.
Away to the window I flew like a flash,
Tore open the shutters and threw up the sash.
The moon on the breast of the new-fallen snow,
Gave a lustre of midday to objects below,
When what to my wondering eyes did appear,
But a miniature sleigh and eight tiny rein-deer,
With a little old driver so lively and quick,
I knew in a moment he must be St. Nick.
More rapid than eagles his coursers they came,
And he whistled, and shouted, and called them by name:
"Now, Dasher! now, Dancer! now Prancer and Vixen!
On, Comet! on, Cupid! on, Donner and Blitzen!
To the top of the porch! to the top of the wall!
Now dash away! dash away! dash away all!"
As leaves that before the wild hurricane fly,
When they meet with an obstacle, mount to the sky;
So up to the housetop the coursers they flew
With the sleigh full of toys, and St. Nicholas too—
And then, in a twinkling, I heard on the roof
The prancing and pawing of each little hoof.
As I drew in my head, and was turning around,
Down the chimney St. Nicholas came with a bound.
He was dressed all in fur, from his head to his foot,
And his clothes were all tarnished with ashes and soot;
A bundle of toys he had flung on his back,
And he looked like a pedler just opening his pack.
His eyes—how they twinkled! his dimples, how merry!
His cheeks were like roses, his nose like a cherry!
His droll little mouth was drawn up like a bow,
And the beard on his chin was as white as the snow;
The stump of a pipe he held tight in his teeth,
And the smoke, it encircled his head like a wreath;
He had a broad face and a little round belly
That shook when he laughed, like a bowl full of jelly.
He was chubby and plump, a right jolly old elf,
And I laughed when I saw him, in spite of myself;
A wink of his eye and a twist of his head
Soon gave me to know I had nothing to dread;
He spoke not a word, but went straight to his work,
And filled all the stockings; then turned with a jerk,
And laying his finger aside of his nose,
And giving a nod, up the chimney he rose;
He sprang to his sleigh, to his team gave a whistle,
And away they all flew like the down of a thistle.
But I heard him exclaim, ere he drove out of sight—
“Merry Christmas to all, and to all a good night!”


Christmas is my favorite time of the year!

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