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How to Draw Penguin

Artist: Dawn / March 18, 2010
How to Draw Penguin

Step 1.

Since Penguin is a very round, stubby man, this character should be easy to draw. Start with a circle for the head, and then add the front line of his face. Next draw the lining for his shoulders, arms, and torso, and then add the rounder shape for h   

Step 2.

You can now start sketching out his face which is a side view. Draw the monocle, and then draw the silhouette of an eye. Next draw the shape of his bird like nose, and then draw the mouth, and face structure. As you can see he has a chubby face which   

Step 3.

Finish drawing out the shape of his head, and then draw in his hair line which is on top, and behind his ear. Next draw the perfect looking top hat, and then start sketching out the shape of his tuxedo jacket including the arms. Add the cuffs, and th   

Step 4.

You can now draw the bottom of his vest the he wears under the tux, and then draw in his gloved hands. One hand is on his hip, and one hand is holding the handle of his umbrella. Draw the umbrella completely and then move to the next step.

Step 5.

This is now your last drawing step. All you need to do now is draw out his pants and or legs, and then draw in his pointed style shoes. Now that you are done, you can start erasing all the guidelines and shapes that you drew in step one.

Step 6.

You just drew Penguin from Batman, and if you took your time, and followed the steps, your drawing should look like the one you see here. Coloring in the Penguin is fun too because all you need is a black and gold crayon. The gold one is for his mono   

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: March 18, 2010
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