Step 6: Draw two angled lines under the circle on the left as guides for the pegasus' front legs. The first line should be horizontal at the top, then angle down and then angle slightly to the right near the bottom. Draw a similar line, but smaller, on the left side as the guide for the other front leg.
Step 7: Draw another set of lines on the left side as guides for the pegasus' hind legs. The first line should have a diagonal orientation, and it should be angled slightly near the middle. Draw another angled, diagonal line on the left as a guide for the hind leg on the other side.
Step 8: Draw a curved line that starts on the top right side of the body as a guide for the pegasus' tail.
Step 9: Draw two curved lines on top of the body as guides for the first part of the pegasus' wings. The first line should start above the neck and curve to the left. The second line should start on the top right side of the very first circle, and it should curve to the right. If you want your pegasus to have bigger wings, make these guide lines longer.
Step 10: Now draw a curved line under each of the lines from the previous step for the lower part of the wings. As you draw the line on the left, be sure to not overlap the guide lines for the pegasus' head. The line on the right should be bigger. This line should overlap the body because the base of the wing will be drawn here.