Before learning how to draw a pig: some fun facts before starting sketching!
So you want to learn how to draw a cartoon pig! This adorable animal has big ears (1), a big round nose (5), a large trunk (2) and a small curly tail (3). Don't forget the legs composed of 3 digits each (4). This animal is very well-known for his pink skin and his strange habit of taking a bath in the mud! Now let's get those hand dirty and start analysing our friend a little more.
The most obvious shape I think when we first look at the pig are the ears. They are made of big triangles. The nose is made of a rectangle and the eyes are represent by a circle. The legs are made of many rectangles and they do look a little fragile. The body is made of a big oval shape, so is the head.
In this tutorial, we will draw a pig using mostly circles. Start by sketching a circle for the head and one for the body. Then, you can add details to the face like eyes and the nose.
Next, add the ears and the legs. Finally, draw another triangle inside each ear and add the tail. You can add color to your masterpiece to give it a more professional look.
Don't be afraid to use your imagination to develop new ways to draw your pigs. You can be really original (3), conservative (1) or go for something a little crazier (4)! It's up to you to create your own style and draw a very cool pig in only a couple of minutes! Want more tutorials featuring this adorable character? You can try this simple cartoon pig to start with, this other pig made from basic shapes or this one created with complex effects that are visually fascinating! Have fun! :)
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