Step 16: To the right of the front leg, draw a horizontal line for the bottom part of the body. To the right of the mane, draw a long, curved line for the top part of the pony's body.
Step 17: Draw two long, curved vertical lines on the lower, right side of the body for the hind leg. Add a couple of short, horizontal lines at the bottom for the bottom of the horse's foot and the hoof.
Step 18: Draw the other hind leg the same way but make it a bit smaller.
Step 19: Starting on the upper, right side of the body, draw a series of curved lines for the cartoon horse's tail. Just like with the mane, draw the tail as a single shape instead of each individual hair strand. Add a few spike-like shapes along the way to represent the tips of the messy tail.
Step 20: Using a pen or marker, carefully go over the lines to make your drawing permanent. After inking, get rid of every pencil mark with an eraser.
Final Step: Color your cartoon horse drawing using color pencils, markers or even crayons! Horses have different coats, so color your drawing however you'd like. For this pattern, use dark brown for the mane and tail.
Use regular brown for the body, except for the muzzle, chest and hooves. Draw the bottom edge of the eye with the color and leave the inside white. Leave a strip on the forehead blank too. To get a gradient effect on the eyes, color the top part dark brown and the bottom part light brown. Use light brown or yellow for the pony's chest, muzzle and inner ear, and black for the hooves. Leave a strip on the hooves blank for shine. Remember to pause the video to draw at your own pace.