DISCOVER

## Video transcription

Let's move down to this dot. We would measure it from the right side again. Ten and three quarter inches and just draw a light line like that and measure down from the top three inches. Then put the dot on the line. We are moving down to the tip of the nose here from the right side measure thirteen inches with a light line. From the top, measure seven and a quarter inches. Now we would move down to this dot here from the right side measure eleven and three quarter inches. I guess we would measure it from the top cause that is what we have been doing. Measure from the top nine and a quarter inches and put your dot right there. Okay now we are moving to this dot here, measure nine and a half inches. Put a light line and from the top measure ten inches and put a dot. Then our last dot would be this last one here measure eight inches from the right side. Place your line and from the top you would measure seven and a quarter inches and put your dot. Okay now we are going to join the dots for our horse. Starting from the far right corner you are going to make it a very light curve kind of following the edge of the paper up. Then curving off to meet that dot the first dot. Continue the curve to the next dot and continue the curve to the top sort of making the heel. Now from this top dot, we are going to start carving downwards. Draw your curve down it is a very light curve to the next dot. You just don't want to draw a straight lines, you just want a slight curve going upward. Again, curve a very gentle curve upward. Now between this dot and this dot we want to make a very slight curve inward. Like that. Very very slightly inward. Not curving outward, not straight but just a very slight inward curve. This is giving the shape to the noses, the horses nose a little bit shape to the horses nose. Now for the tip of the nose, we are going to curve out again another line curving out we got our horses mouth and nozzle. Moving upward to this dot you are going to curve out again and going up through the neck we are going to curve slightly out again. Then our last line would be the neck and you are just almost a straight line maybe a very slight curve outward. This is what your pattern should look like.