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How To Draw Winged Fantasy Pony/Horse With Wings Step By Step

Updated on September 16, 2011

Draw A Winged Fantasy Pony

How to draw a winged fantasy Pony step by step a definitive guide oh yes! Copyright Wayne Tully 2011.
How to draw a winged fantasy Pony step by step a definitive guide oh yes! Copyright Wayne Tully 2011.

How To Draw A Winged Fantasy Pony

A winged Horse drawing walk through is planned but I thought a how to draw a winged Pony could be equally interesting as a Pony is a Horse just a smaller looking Horse. Here we will draw a fantasy Pony with wings just like Pegasus from the Greek legend, although as you'll see a Pony looks way shorter than an actual Horse so that's what sets it apart from larger Horses.

To draw a Pony you may need reference photos as per usual when drawing something you aren't used to drawing and once you have them you can begin by practicing to get the structure of the Pony right a few times before you commit to a final drawing effort. The beginning of a drawing is always the difficult task as it can either go well or not so well which may need you to start again or erase the mistakes along the way.

Lets have a look at making a start at drawing the Pony head

Step 1 Head Shape

A rough shape will do for the head so you can see the jaw and characteristic shapes of a Ponies head.
A rough shape will do for the head so you can see the jaw and characteristic shapes of a Ponies head.

Step 2 Add Some Ears

The ears when added don't have to be perfect but they matter so sketch them in.
The ears when added don't have to be perfect but they matter so sketch them in.

Step 3 The Ponies Maine

The Pony has a hair style or the very beginnings of one at least with the addition of it's maine.
The Pony has a hair style or the very beginnings of one at least with the addition of it's maine.

Step 4 Neck And Front Leg

Drawing the neck and a portion of the front leg.
Drawing the neck and a portion of the front leg.

Step 5 Front Leg Drawn In

The full front leg has been drawn and this is a great start seeing this drawing every step of the way.
The full front leg has been drawn and this is a great start seeing this drawing every step of the way.

Step 6 Draw An Eye And Small Details

Draw in the eye and the nostril and an effort of a mouth with a simple line, don't worry as this can be corrected later on in the drawing.
Draw in the eye and the nostril and an effort of a mouth with a simple line, don't worry as this can be corrected later on in the drawing.

Step 7 Draw A Chest Curve

Chest curve is now drawn in in an attempt to make the drawing progress as dynamically as possible.
Chest curve is now drawn in in an attempt to make the drawing progress as dynamically as possible.

Step 8 Attempt To Define The Head

Define the head as best you can at this stage if you don't get it right, then simply erase or come back to it later on.
Define the head as best you can at this stage if you don't get it right, then simply erase or come back to it later on.

Step 9 Bottom Leg Drawn

The bottom leg is drawn and shows the Pony figure standing on it's back legs so that when you come to draw in the wings they'll look more effective.
The bottom leg is drawn and shows the Pony figure standing on it's back legs so that when you come to draw in the wings they'll look more effective.

Step 10 Sketchy Wing

Lightly pencil in the wings or at least the wing at the forefront.
Lightly pencil in the wings or at least the wing at the forefront.

Step 11 Draw Pony Tail

Draw in Ponies tail and make it curl just for fun.
Draw in Ponies tail and make it curl just for fun.

Step 12 Draw The Other Back Leg

Now sketch in the other back leg which will obviously look smaller than the one at the forefront.
Now sketch in the other back leg which will obviously look smaller than the one at the forefront.

Step 13 Draw The Other Front Leg

Now draw in the other front leg that stretches out like a Pony or a Horse would if standing on it's back legs.
Now draw in the other front leg that stretches out like a Pony or a Horse would if standing on it's back legs.

Step 14 More Hair Sketching

A little more hair is sketched in now and a line on the back helps to separate the wings ready for them to be sketched in too.
A little more hair is sketched in now and a line on the back helps to separate the wings ready for them to be sketched in too.

Step 15 Darken The Eye

Sketch over the eye and ears and make them more darker.
Sketch over the eye and ears and make them more darker.

Step 16 Sort The Head Out

It's time to sort the structure out of the Ponies head and erase it to make it smaller, mistakes are always worth sorting out if you spot them.
It's time to sort the structure out of the Ponies head and erase it to make it smaller, mistakes are always worth sorting out if you spot them.

Step 17 Refine Those Important Head Structure Lines

The head is important as it has to resemble a Ponies head and also draw in the eye and a line which helps place a bridge pointing to the nostrils.
The head is important as it has to resemble a Ponies head and also draw in the eye and a line which helps place a bridge pointing to the nostrils.

Step 18 Add Some Shadows To The Hair

Draw in some shadows on the hair....
Draw in some shadows on the hair....

Step 19 Start To Define The Wing

Darken the wing with confidence.
Darken the wing with confidence.

Step 20 Finish The Maine

Finish off shading the Ponies maine.
Finish off shading the Ponies maine.

Steps 21 - 23 The Wings

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Back to the wings again, draw in the base of the wings like overlapping feathers from a birds wing.Draw in the next row of feathers on the wing.Finish off the last row of feathers on the wing and you'll see that the wings really help add something fantastical to the drawing as a whole.
Back to the wings again, draw in the base of the wings like overlapping feathers from a birds wing.
Back to the wings again, draw in the base of the wings like overlapping feathers from a birds wing.
Draw in the next row of feathers on the wing.
Draw in the next row of feathers on the wing.
Finish off the last row of feathers on the wing and you'll see that the wings really help add something fantastical to the drawing as a whole.
Finish off the last row of feathers on the wing and you'll see that the wings really help add something fantastical to the drawing as a whole.

Step 24 - 28 Darken All Pencil Lines And Hooves

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Darken the front leg pencil lines further.And then darken the back legs of the Pony.Shade the Pony tail and darken some more pencil lines.Shade in the back hooves of the winged Pony.Pencil shade in the front hooves.
Darken the front leg pencil lines further.
Darken the front leg pencil lines further.
And then darken the back legs of the Pony.
And then darken the back legs of the Pony.
Shade the Pony tail and darken some more pencil lines.
Shade the Pony tail and darken some more pencil lines.
Shade in the back hooves of the winged Pony.
Shade in the back hooves of the winged Pony.
Pencil shade in the front hooves.
Pencil shade in the front hooves.

Step 29 Draw Suggestion Of Other Wing

Sketching in the tip of the Pony's wing in the background helps add some depth to the drawing.
Sketching in the tip of the Pony's wing in the background helps add some depth to the drawing.

Step 30 Winged Pony Drawing Complete

Finished Pony with wings drawing.
Finished Pony with wings drawing.

Drawing A Winged Pony

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    • Wayne Tully profile imageAUTHOR

      Wayne Tully 

      6 years ago from United Kingdom

      Cheers! just keep practising.

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      Alexandra brown 

      6 years ago

      Awesome and cute but also hard

    • amandaD profile image

      amandaD 

      6 years ago from Hull UK

      Ahhhh Wayne something nice for a change...won't last long, bet you draw a demon or Zombie before the day is out lol!

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