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A Beginner's Guide to Horse Graphics ~ Adding Horns
 By MySweetButterfly   •   13th Feb 2012   •   1,512 views   •   14 comments
On Ponybox I have noticed that Unicorn and Pegasus graphics are increasingly popular. So, for the next part of my series I have decided to show everyone how easy it is to add Unicorn horns. Plus in the near future I will be submitting an article on adding Pegasus wings. Please let me know if you have any questions with this tutorial.

Unicorn horns
A Beginner's Guide to Horse Graphics ~ Adding Horns
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