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This horse drawing was submitted by an anonymous horse crazy girl. Besides the well drawn horse I love the horse's mane and the pop of color that comes from the halter and lead rope. Overall, I think the artist did a great job with this drawing.
I really like this drawing that Selena submitted. She based the horse, Evan, off of a wrestler that she admires which is very unique and imaginative. Plus all the color that she put into the drawing really makes it come alive.
Great job to the horse crazy girl who made this horse head drawing drawing on Microsoft paint. There is a ton of detail in this drawing, that really makes it pop.
Jacqueline based this drawing off the famous movie Spirit: Stallion Of The Cimarron. I can't believe how much the horse looks like Spirit.
This Arabian horse painting was done by Cheyenne. I love all the different and unique colors used in the background of this painting along with the realistic look of the horse. The artist really paid attention to the details when creating this piece.
I love this painting of a mare and her foal. Even though it is a paint by numbers painting it is still well done and you can tell time and effort was put into it.
Titled Stunning Friesian this beautiful piece of artwork comes from Miki. I can't believe how realistic the beach background and the horse both look. The horse is gorgeous and very well drawn especially for being done on a computer.
Anna created a truly exquisite horse drawing. The Arabian horse is so well drawn and I love how the artist drew the horse slightly turned towards the side.
Zoey did this amazing horse head drawing/painting with Microsoft paint. I am super impressed with her artistic skills, I know I could never draw something this good on Microsoft paint. I can't wait to see more of her drawings.
Keely did a wonderful job capturing the image of her horse yawning in this drawing. It is hard enough to draw a horse standing still, but to be able to draw a horse in motion is that much harder (in my opinion) which makes this drawing that much more impressive.
This animated drawing of an Arabian horse comes from Zoey. She based the drawing off of her own horse which is super sweet. She did a great job creating a realistic drawing which is even more impressive given the fact it was done on the computer.
Kristen submitted this drawing she did of her friend's horse Flash. I am not sure if she did it on a computer, but it looks incredibly flawless. The horse is very realistic and all the colors and shading are well thought out and blended.
Jazz drew this fun drawing. I like how she made sure to include a flowing mane and a forelock on her horse. The colors she chose for the drawing are also great choices.
All of the horse drawings in this submission are so good. Each horse has tons of detail and is filled with color.
This wonderful horse drawing is from Dakota 14. I like how the artist made this Arabian horse look sleepy through drawing the eye closing. The shading in this horse drawing is also really well done and I like the attention to detail throughout.
There is so much detail in this horse head drawing. The Friesian is beautifully drawn, the bridle has tons of detail, and the blue ribbon on the bridle is super cute. Overall, I am very impressed with this horse drawing.
Noah submitted this cute drawing called Valentino. While there is not as much detail in this drawing as some others it is still fun, especially with the butterfly on the horse's nose.
I love it when horse crazy girls base their drawings off their own horses like Michelle did with this drawing. If her horse is half as handsome as the horse in the drawing I am sure she has people telling her how cute her horse is all the time.
Wow! This is a great horse head drawing. The horse looks very realistic and all the details are spot on. I think if there was a little bit of color or just a little bit more shading the horse would look like it was coming off the page.
Skymouth made this amazing horse drawing based off a horse she had on the game Horseland. I really like the unique take she had when drawing this image. Not to mention all the detail she put into the image.
This horse head drawing titled Sadina was submitted by skymouth. The artist based the drawing off a horse on the online game Horseland. The drawing is beautifully done and you can tell the artist not only has talent but clearly spent time on this drawing.
Skymouth also submitted this fantasy inspired drawing titled Savido. Similar to the other horse drawing she submitted this one is based on a horse from the online horse game Horseland. I like the creativity the artist but into this drawing.
Breanna submitted several fun drawings of a Dartmoor pony, Morgan horse, and a Tennessee Walker horse. She did a great job capturing each horse breed and their differences in her drawings. Feel free to check out all her horse drawings.
This beautiful drawing with color was done by Chloe. Based off her horse Jiggers this drawing really allows you to imagine exactly what her horse looks like. Another thing I love about this drawing is all the color and attention to detail.
LW has come up with a TV show idea and is creating horse characters for it. One of the characters is Candy the Arabian mare who is in this drawing.
Wow! I am blown away by how good this horse drawing is. I love the horse and all the wonderful colors in the background. It almost feels like the horse is traveling through space.
There are so many great horse drawings in this submission. You can really tell that the artist put a lot of time, thought, and effort into each drawing. Even though not all of them have color each one is realistic and ready to jump off the page.
There are three beautiful horse drawings in this submission. I love the fact that there is experimentation by the artist with colored pencils and drawing horses at different angles.
While this pencil drawing of a horse head is on the simple side, it is very well done. All the lines are precise and you can clearly tell it is a horse.
I really like this drawing of the horse standing in the field of flowers. Not only is the drawing itself pretty but it is also peaceful.
These three horse drawings from Sky are super cute. Learning to draw horses is a process, but this horse crazy girl is on the right path.
No there are not horses in this drawing, but the drawings were too good to not put on the website.
I love this horse drawing. Not only is the concept for the drawing is super unique but all the colors are fun and lively.
One of our horse crazy girls made this great horse drawing on the computer. I am very impressed with how they managed to get shading on a digital drawing.
Not many of the drawings submitted are of western saddles, but we are so glad we got this one! The detail on the saddle and saddle pad is incredible.
Wow! This pencil drawing of horse and a girl is amazing. You can tell that this artist has practiced drawing horses before.
These two horse drawings are super cute. The only thing missing from this drawing is some color and detail in the background.
I am so impressed by how great this galloping horse drawing is. The shading is absolutely incredible and really brings the drawing to life.
What an unique take on the Appaloosa horse by this artist. I love the intense black and white contrast in this drawing along with the realistic drawing elements.
Skymouth drew this based off the horse from the book The Black Stallion by Walter Farley. I don't know how this horse crazy girl managed to create such an impressive horse head drawing.
What a cute drawing of an Arabian mare. I can't wait to see what other horse drawings this artist creates in the future.
How cool is it that this horse head drawing was done on Microsoft Paint? I have never been able to create anything half this good on MS paint.
Wow! This collection of horse drawings from Aspen is amazing. This paint horse with a blue eye is always a favorite of mine.
I really like all the detail in this horse painting. The pink flowers through out the painting combined with the vibrant green grass is beautiful.
Check out these amazing Rearing Stallions drawings! Every little detail has been captured in these horse head drawings.
These two pencil horse drawings are adorable. With some more practice I think this artist will be able to draw incredibly realistic horses.
What a great pencil horse drawing from Melody. You can tell that she is really on her way to becoming a fabulous artist.
These horse drawings are so good. All the color really draws you in and makes each drawing pop. I can't wait to see more.
All the horse and non-horse drawings in this submission are fabulous. I can't believe how realistic these drawings are.
Anna's pencil drawing of Spirit is wonderful. With a little bit of color it could be mistaken as a scene from the movie.
Almost every horse's coat color begins with one of two base colors - red or black. Such knowledge goes a long way toward creating realistic paintings! - Walter Foster, The Art of Drawing & Painting Horses
Decide where you are going to place the drawing on the paper, and keep the drawing proportion to the size of the sheet. Do not crowd the drawing into one corner of the paper. - Gladys Emerson Cook, You Can Draw Horses
For finished artwork, it's best to use single sheets of drawing paper. Smooth paper provides the ideal surface for detail, allowing for a good amount of control over the strokes. - Walter Foster, Drawing Horses