How to Draw a Longhorn Cattle easy with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. Easy animals to draw for beginners and everyone.
Please see the drawing tutorial in the video below
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You can refer to the simple step-by-step drawing guide below
Start drawing your Longhorn cattle by making heads. It will usually be rectangular, with some edges protruding at the top and bottom. At the top, you want two flat surfaces to put the horns on, and at the bottom, you want to have a space for your nose, and add gods to the sides to indicate the existence of the mouth.
Now place in two ovals, one on either side of the face just below the flat surfaces that you have previously drawn, to make the ears. Place two small ovals for the eyes, and create a circle for the nose at the bottom. Inside the circle, place two more circles to make the nostrils.
Now draw the horn. On flat surfaces at the top of the head, place two curves out, then place, before meeting at the tip. Then draw a line starting at the center of the head, and going down, arched to make the chest.
Draw the first leg by creating two lines that are tilted slightly towards each other. The lower part of the lines should be inclined to the right and slightly down to make the legs. Then add a triangle at the end of the foot to make the nail.
Place another line behind the first leg to create an impression of a hidden foot.
Now draw the back and the belly. Do this by drawing a starting line just to the left of the head and going to the left. The abdomen should have two small curves in it, referring to the ribs and muscles there.
For the hind legs, draw two straight lines, one starting near, but not connected to, the line for the back, bent to the left and down, before it bends right, then left, then right again, before Move down one right to make the bottom of the foot. Other lines should start on the belly, oblique and left, bend down and meet the first line at a point. A triangle should be drawn at the bottom of the foot for manicure.
Now add the last leg, with a curve starting in front of the first leg and bent left then right. Then draw another line starting about half of the remaining hind leg slanting down and to the right, meeting the other line with a triangle to make the nail.
Finally, put in the tail. It will be two curves together, starting from the space you leave on the left side of the back and curving behind the animal. And now you are done! You can color the Longhorn cattle. You drew a Longhorn cattle.