The specific method is to use a color pen to dye the horse's body from the deep part, and then use a light brush to make the color faint gradually, so that it can talk more and more without leaving any trace. If the buttocks should have a round feeling after dyeing, it should be uniform and gradually changed. If you are still unsatisfied after one time of dyeing, you can dye the horse a second time after it is dry or 80% dry, until the stereoscopic sense of the horse clearly appears. But beginners are either too thick or too light, so try to avoid it.
The parting and dyeing process also requires the painter to be familiar with the body structure and muscle texture of the horse, and be able to accurately grasp the parts to be rendered. The body of a horse is usually dyed with a large pen at the outer edge of the rear buttock, the lower abdomen, the concave part of the leg and the junction of the chest and abdomen. The neck of a horse has a group of muscles that should be dyed forcefully.
The two pectoralis major muscles protruding from the chest should also show a strong and powerful feeling. Because of the horse's movement, the front chest is very developed. Taking the forelimb of a horse as an example, rendering along the contour lines and muscle texture of both sides of the thigh inward and outward, through the gradual change of color from deep to light and shading, the muscle contour and joint tissue of the leg can be effectively highlighted, and the realistic three-dimensional effect can be produced.
After these places are dyed, the head will be dyed later. The horse's head is the center of the horse, so be careful when dyeing. It is better to use medium white cloud or small white cloud pen to dye. It should be dyed in accordance with the structure of horse head, that is, the structure should be clear and integrated. Dye the ears first, then the forehead, face, nose and mouth. When you dye your nose, you should distinguish between light and thick, not the same depth, or it will be as rigid as a black hole. The mouth of the horse should be dyed clearly, and the lip should be slightly deepened.