How to Draw Cartoon Penguins

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Drawing cartoon penguins: some fun facts before starting sketching!

  • A penguin can hold its breath for 15 minutes under water!
  • Penguins will gather together to help them stay warm.
  • They can't fly.

Step 1

How to draw cartoon penguins step 1

This tutorial will help you learn how to draw cute penguins easily. These animals are very easy to recognize with their white and black feathers. They have a white belly (5), black wings (3) and a black beak with an orange-yellow streak (2). They also have tiny black feet (4). Penguins are about 2 to 3 feet tall and they are not able to fly. 

Step 2

How to draw cartoon penguins step 2

The penguin have a small round head. The body is made of a big oval shape. The feet are small and the wings are thin. The beak is narrow and long to help the penguin catch fish. The entire penguin could be drawn using circles except for the beak and the wings. You should use triangles to sketch those parts of the body.

Step 3

How to draw cartoon penguins step 3

Start practicing drawing a penguin by sketching a rectangle for the body. Next, work the outline a little bit by adding a curve to the top. Next, add circles for the eyes. Then, draw the beak and add a circle for the white belly. Complete your artwork by sketching the pupils, the wings and the feet. Add some colors to make your work more pleasant to look at!

Step 4

How to draw cartoon penguins step 4

Once you feel comfortable enough, you can try to draw a more realistic penguin (4). But for now, you might prefer to practice yourself by creating simple penguins like this one (5) or this one (2). Just remember to draw short and thin wings, some small feet and a white belly. Have fun!

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