How to Draw Bill

Artist: Dawn / December 14, 2010

Step 1.

Like all Skelanimals, you will begin with a large head shape like so. Next draw the square shape of the body and then add the guidelines for the face and body.

Step 2.

You will now begin drawing out the small pig ears, and then sketch out the shape of the head and body like so. When drawing out this part of the body, you should make sure that the head and body are drawn in using the same lining.

Step 3.

It's now time to draw in the skeletal shape of the pigs face like so, and then draw the bones for the arms in two pieces, and then the heart too. When drawing the skeletal bone for the head, be sure to leave an arched area open for the nose.

Step 4.

For the last drawing step, draw in two circles for the eyes, and then draw the pig's nose. Bill is a very simple pig that needs to have open nostril holes in order for him to sound out the perfect oink. Lastly, draw the two toes like so and erase the   

Step 5.

Here is what cute little Bill looks like when you are all done. Now you can color him in just by using your black and red crayons, markers, colored pencils, or even paint. Great work guys!

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: December 14, 2010
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Description: Bill the pig is a pig that oinks with ease. He loves the scary movie called "The Butcher's Block" because he can only imagine being the pork that is being chopped. As a pig he is very silly and playful. Bill loves rolling in mud like any pig would, and he also loves all his Skelanimal buddies which is why he makes it a habit sticking his nose into other animals business. But how could a simple, lovable, playful pig die to become a Skelanimal himself? Hang on to your hats because Bill's transition to becoming a Skelanimal is the longest yet; Life was easy for Bill, all day long he'd just relax and lie still. Wallow and play in the mud and hay, and fed by a rancher man named Ray. Along came a spider who sat on his snout, Bill snorted and blew and gave a loud shout. He stomped his hooves to crush the poor creature, who only wanted to be friends, despite her demeanor. So offended was the spider, whose life flashed in sight, that she spun an intricate web with tremendous delight. "Soft pork" it read, on its fine, glistening pattern, the farmer gazed at Bill with his oil burning lantern. Bill was supposed to grow to be a prize winning pig, but after that morning, Ray's stomach looked big". Ohhh, poor little Bill, he was eaten by the farmer. I knew there had to be some kind of explanation. Well, I guess the only justice we can do for this cute little piggy, is learn "how to draw Bill", as we tickle him and call him wiggly. Have fun guys and remember to come back for more drawing fun!