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How to Draw a Hippie Goat

Artist: Dawn / April 14, 2020
How to Draw a Hippie Goat

Step 1.

Okay, again, basic guides and shapes.

Step 2.

Using the head shape go ahead and draw out the shape of the goat's face and then draw in the mouth and nose. You will also need to sketch in the facial detailing on the face as well.

Step 3.

Here you will draw out the shapes of the eyes and then draw in the oddly shaped pupils and color them in. You will then draw in the long bold lashes and then draw the start of the floral headband that the hippie goat is wearing across the brow.

Step 4.

All you will do here is draw the goat beard and then the shape of the top of the goat's head. Add more flower petals too.

Step 5.

Draw the shape of the goat's neck and sketch in defining details to it as well.

Step 6.

You will now draw the large spread out ears. Add definition to the ears and then you're done here.

Step 7.

For the last step draw the length of the floral headband and sketch in the detailing to all the flowers. Erase the mistakes and all the guides as well.

Step 8.

You're done. You can create a colorful background or whatever you'd like. Be sure to like, fav and share this lesson with others.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: April 14, 2020
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Tags: how to draw goats, how to draw hippies, how to draw peace
Description: Here is the last lesson for the day. I will be doing something a little different and show you how to draw a hippie goat, step by step. You never see goats being displayed as a peaceful, hippie animal and I don't know why. they are one of the most symbolic creatures in all sorts of religions and have a meditative persona about them. Not to mention they are in fact a very peaceful, loving animal that lots of homesteaders own because of this fact. They are also very affectionate and motherly and have a ton of personality. For those of you goat lovers out there this one is for you. I do hope you enjoy this lesson folks. Keep an eye out for more to come.