How to Draw Apple Bloom, Apple Bloom, My Little Pony
Make your first shape in the form of a circle like so. Make a small egg shape for her body, and then draw in one face guide.
Begin sketching out the shape of her face from a side view profile. This should include her nose, open mouth, and then draw out her ear, and some of her looped mane. I guess you could say she is not as well groomed as her sister.
Now you will tackle the task of drawing out her big round eyes like so, and then draw in the layers that makes up her eyeballs, and pupils. Sketch in some lashes, and then draw some hair strand lines to her mane, and detailing to the ears and nose.
Finish drawing out some of the mane and then draw out more of her body shape. This should include the chest, back end, and then some of the tail.
For the last drawing step you will be drawing in the detailing for the tail, and then draw out the butterfly shaped big, southern bell bow. Erase the shapes and lines that you made in step one.
August 30, 2011
Description: The series “My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic” is doing really good on the Hub Network, and I have noticed that more and more drawings based on the pony characters are being seen almost everywhere on Deviant Art. There is still one more figure that I have to add to the MLP collection and today is the day that you will receive a full color tutorial on "how to draw Apple Bloom", step by step. Apple Bloom is the third member of The Cutie Mark Crusaders. She is Applejack’s younger sister and her look is a bit cuter than her sisters. Apart from being super cute, Apple Bloom has a country accent that is completely heavy and unmistakable. As soon as you hear her talk, you just know she is from the south. Like the other Cutie Mark Crusaders, Apple Bloom is going to be easy to draw and replicate when using this tutorial. I don’t know what else I can say about her except have fun drawing Apple Bloom, and when you’re done you will have a complete collection of all three ponies that everyone knows and loves. I still have much more in store so try and stay logged in to Dragoart.com, your drawing tutorial headquarters.