Step 6: Below the ear, draw a curved, vertical line for the other side of the pegasus' head. At the top, draw three short, curved spikes for the other part of the mane.
Step 7: To the right of the head, draw a long, curved line for the top part of this mythical creature's wing. At the top, curve the line back down and to the left to make the shape thicker. The longer this shape is, the bigger the pegasus' wing will be. Add a line at the bottom to give the wing structure.
Step 8: Below the top part of the pegasus' wing, draw the horizontal, curved lines for the feathers. The curved lines for the feathers should get smaller the farther down they are.
Step 9: Below the head, draw a long, curved, vertical line for the front part of the pegasus' body. On the right side, below the wing, draw a smaller curved line for the back portion of the body.
Step 10: Under the cartoon pegasus' body, on the left side, draw two lines that slope to the right for the front leg. At the bottom, draw two short lines — one to close off the shape of the leg and the other for this mythical creature's hoof.