How To Draw A Pig
How To Draw A Pig
Learn how to draw a cute pig, step by step. Instruction provided by Laura from Creative Drawing Studio in London.
Hi, I'm Laura from Creative Drawing Studio in London. We offer art classes for children and adults. We believe that drawing is an enjoyable skill that anyone can learn, so why not give it a go and see what happens? We're going to draw a pig and we'll start with an oval.
If you can just lightly swing your arm around like this, place it. Now, it can be on the chunkier side. OK, this will give us a good strength for the length for the body.
So I'll draw now a line for the back of the pig. Straight across, skimming this oval. And as I come down for the head.
I'll leave a little space for the ear, which will point forward and come out. We'll draw a straight line this way. Now we'll jump over the ear and almost like a slide, come down the forehead and out for the snout.
This leaves us room for showing a bit of the back of the ear, which points out and down like this. Lets put in the eye, which will be a curvy line thats kind of closed. And bring this out.
We'll draw a circle, a squashed circle for the snout. And two little circles for the nostrils. From the bottom of the circle we'll come down the upper mouth.
Make it a smiley pig. And we'll finish the bottom of the mouth a little bit in, with a curvy line that comes out and down toward the bottom of the oval, like this. Now lets put in the legs.
This is the leg on the front so we'll draw it a bit wider on the top, and face down and straight because they have hooves. And draw a straight line at the bottom. Go back out again like this, and we'll place in another leg behind it this way.
Lets jump over, draw the bottom of the belly here. Lets find where the back of the pig is, over here, so we can see where we place the hip. Which will start above the oval, come down, at this angle.
You can put a little guide dot, for the length to match the other one. Come down, straight line on the bottom. Come back again, like that.
Lets place the leg on the other side, right here. We can draw the back of the pig, nice and rounded, and a little curly line for the tail. And there is our pig!.