There are few scenes more soothing than a herd of black and white cows, enjoying a wonderful snack of delicious crunchy grass. Want to celebrate these cute creatures? Then let’s get started.
Step-By-Step Images and Instructions
Use a black pen to draw a line across your page, and then take this down at the end, heading towards the bottom right-hand corner of the page.
At the end of this line, add a very short diagonal line, and then draw a curved point at the bottom.
Take a line across to the right of this, and then add a wavy line going down, in, and across to the left. Add a small “bump”, and take the line up in a curve, and then towards the left of the page, forming the face of your cow.
Add another curved horn to the right of the first.
Bring a curved line up from just above the bottom of the face, and curve this across to the left. Add a “loop” to the end to create an ear.
Draw a small teardrop nostril inside the bottom section…
And then use the black pen to create an eye just above this.
Return to the line at the bottom of the jaw, and take this down towards the bottom of the page.
Take the line across, and then up to form the front leg. Take it up towards the top left-hand corner of the page, and then across to the left. Add a small hoof to the bottom of the leg.
Now, add a back leg to the end of the horizontal line…
And then take the back line up, before adding two curved, parallel lines for the tail. Join the top of the tail to the top of the back to form the outline.
Add a “flame” shaped tail to the end of this.
Next, add a hoof to the back leg.
Now, add a curved line just in front of the top of the back leg. Leave some slight gaps in the curve.
Add two small “bumps” to this to form the udder…
And then add another leg just below this.
Now, bring a wavy line across just below the belly.
Add another leg just behind the one at the front, and add a hoof to the bottom of this.
Grab a black pen, and shade the hooves and tail with the black pen.
Grab a slightly thicker black pen, and add a series of patches all across the back of the cow.
Use the black pen to shade the patches on the cow…
And then use a yellow pen to add color to the horns.
Now, use an orange pen for the udder and the tip of the nose…
And shade the inside of the ears with a pink pen.
Use the yellow pen to shade the belly and the legs on the inside.
And there we have it – your very own black and white cow; all she needs now is a name!