Igniting Creativity! Drawing Horses and Unicorns with Amy Roadman
In this one-time course, learners will learn how to sketch the initial shapes of the body in order to achieve the right proportions of a horse and will then shade it to create a 3-dimensional quality to the finished work of art.
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One of my most requested animal drawing lessons is how to draw horses. This class will enhance observation skills and the understanding of proportion, shapes, and forms as we draw the full body of a horse. The difference between sketching and drawing will be discussed and demonstrated throughout the process. We’ll progress from sketching basic shapes to drawing a well-proportioned outline and end with a finished, shaded drawing of an entire horse to create a more dimensional effect. If...
Students will gain skills in drawing, shading, proportion, and observation.
I have been teaching this and similar drawing lessons for 20+ years to a variety of age ranges.
No homework will be assigned but additional practice is always encouraged.
Drawing paper Pencil (a variety of drawing pencils are helpful but not necessary) Eraser *Colored pencils are optional
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
Guidance will be provided every step of the drawing.
55 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Igniting Creativity! Amy Roadman: Art Teacher
Certified PreK-12 Visual Arts Educator
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
508 total reviews
387 completed classes
Hello! My name is Amy and I have been teaching visual arts classes in schools and within the community since I was a freshman in college. I started taking art classes as a young child myself and I've never looked back. I have experience...