This drawing lesson is about how to draw a pig in just nine simple and straightforward steps.
So, this time I would like to tell you how to draw a pig. This drawing will be very beautiful and cute. I prepared this lesson especially for children and beginner artists, so it has only simple elements and a detailed description of each step.
I think you’ve definitely seen a pig ever, either in real life and in various cartoons or movies. Pigs are mammals. A pig is a pink or black animal with short legs and not much hair on its skin. Pigs are often kept on farms, but they can also live in the wild.
In this simple lesson, you will first draw a pig’s head, torso, and facial features, and then draw its legs and color the drawn animal. I wish you a great drawing!
- Coloring supplies
Time needed: 20 minutes.
How to Draw a Pig
- Draw the outline of the pig’s head and torso.
Outline the pig’s head as an oval and its torso below the contour of the head with a curved line.
- Add the pig’s eyes and nose.
Picture the pig’s eyes as two same ovals and its nose as a big oval below the eyes.
- Draw the nostrils and mouth of a pig.
Inside the big oval add nostrils as two small ovals, and add the mouth using the curved lines.
- Picture the pig’s ears.
On top of the pig’s head depict two pointed ears using curved lines.
- Outline the pair of paws of the pig.
At the front of the pig’s torso depict two identical paws using curved lines.
- Add the second pair of paws.
Picture these pig paws in the back of its torso using curved lines.
- Draw the tail of the pig.
Use curved rounded lines to represent this element.
- Erase unnecessary lines.
Use an eraser to remove auxiliary lines that appeared during the drawing process.
- Color the drawing.
To color this pig, use black and shades of pink. Also, add highlights on the pig’s eyes.
This tutorial on drawing a pig is now complete. I will be interested to read your feedback in the comments to this lesson. I also suggest you download the PDF file which contains a short version of this guide.
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