How to Draw a Pig For Kids


Make a large shape for this pigs head, and then draw in the facial guidelines. You will then draw a small circle for the body and when you're done you can move to step two.


Using the guide that you drew in step one, you will need to sketch out the shape of the pigs chubby face. The cheeks should be full of chunk, and the chin should be prominent as well. When the shape or structure of the face is drawn in, you can then    


Using the facial guidelines that you drew in step one, you can draw out the circles for the eyes, and then draw in the eyeballs. Draw the eyebrows, and move to step four.


You will now be drawing out an oval shape for the pigs nose. When you do this you also need to draw some nostril holes, and then draw the bridge of the snout too. Add a smile and move to step five.


I drew the pig in a laying down pose because I thought that this would be different and sort of cute. begin by making the lining for the chest, and then draw out the front legs and hooves.


You are almost done with this lesson. All you have to do is draw in the round line for the belly and then draw out the pigs back leg, foot, and but. Also make sure that the hoof is notched.


Final step guys, just draw the lines to make the actual pig feet, and then give this animal a cute curly tail. Erase the lines and shapes that you drew in step one to clean up the drawing and prepare it for color.


That's it, you are all done. You can begin coloring in this piggy to your liking. I had so much fun drawing a pig for kids, and I know you must have too.

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July 12, 2011

Description: Oink, oink, oink… that is the sound a pig makes no matter what size or breed they may be. Another fun lesson coming your way right now is going to be on "how to draw a pig for kids", step by step. Making a pig look cute and inviting to draw is not that hard. To some, pigs have a disgusting appearance, and they are also considered to be dirty animals. Even though pigs are viewed this way, they are in fact very clean, and they enjoy playing in the water more than they do in the mud. I wanted to draw a pig that could be enjoyed by everyone, not just by kids or novice artists. I always say that art is for everybody and I will stick to my guns no matter what. If it wasn’t for art, the brains of humans wouldn’t reach its full potential. Art is responsible for activating the creative portion of the brain. Anyways, this is a fun activity for anyone to tackle and I think that you will be surprised to find that drawing a pig for kids is going to be a lot more entertaining than you think. I will be back soon with one more lesson for the day, so stay tuned in to see what else I have for ya’ll.

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