Welcome to the new /art/ Tutorial and Reference Thread! If you want to learn how to draw ponies, you came to the right place. The internet has a lot of resources on learning how to draw or how to use programs. This thread has a bundle of tutorials, references and studies to give new artists a starting point. You can find the tutorials (including a handy directory) below.
This is a restart from the previous Tutorial thread made by Midnight Star. Unfortunately, a lot of the images have 404'd over time, meaning they couldn't be accessed. But here we are, with a brand new thread. Once again, thanks to Midnight Star for collecting all these images and links.
/art/ is always happy to help new artists. Even with the tutorials, drawing ain't easy! So be sure to ask the people of /art/ for help if you think you need it. And for the people who already have experience: show us how you
do things! Share your own tutorials, or the ones that you used to become the artist you are today.Step-by-steps>>111266Reference
Facial Expressions >>111291
Photoshop (Vectors) >>111369
Below you'll find links to an assortment of guides that may help you out. The internet has a lot of resources on drawing and programs, so be sure to look around.General GuidesIn-depth Color GuidesYouTube GuideVector Tutorial - Part 1Vector Tutorial - Part 2
And with that, happy drawing!