We all know that cows are capable of plenty of physical activity, including running, leaping, and grazing. But a dancing cow? Well, why not! Let’s bring this scene to life in just a few short, simple steps…
Step-By-Step Images and Instructions
Start by using a black pen to draw a wide, wavy “m” shape in the center of your page.
Add a short curved line to the bottom right of this shape, and then add a wide “C” shape to the bottom of the left side.
Next, add two curved horns to the top of the “m” shape.
Next, bring two “teardrop” shaped ears, angled to 90 degrees, out on the sides of the head, below the horns. Then, add another, smaller shape inside these larger ones.
Return to the line on the left, and add a square, angled “u” shape to the end of this.
Add another shape above this, and then add a curved “C” shape to the right of this.
Then, add a curved “n” shape to the top of this, and then add a small almond shape inside this “n”, making the lines on the left slightly thicker.
Take a long, slightly square reverse “C” shape to the right of this.
Add another angled “n” shape to the right of this, connecting this to the shape on the right. Add a black square to the right of the top square “u” shape.
Next, add a thick, curved eyebrow to the left of the right ear.
Bring a curved line down from the left side of this, towards the top of the nose.
Now, add a large thick ring inside this shape, and then a smaller, thinner ring inside this. Draw a small black oval inside the inner ring, and add a curve to the top, creating an eye.
Follow this with another ring on the left of the face…
And add a black oval to the center of this.
Now, add a fine curve over the top of the eye, and follow this with a curved eyebrow above.
Complete the line of the mouth, and then add a wavy line heading down from the bottom of the mouth. Add two curved, parallel lines heading across to the right, and join these at the end with a short, curved line. Add a second short line just inside this first one for the hoof.
Add another long, thin leg and hoof stretching out to the left…
And then bring a curved lone down from the bottom of this, adding a hoof to the end at the bottom of the page.
Bring the line up on the left, and top this with a curved line…
Before adding an angled “u” shape to the end of this. Add a curved line to the top of the shape, and take this up and across to meet the line on the right. Add two more curved horseshoe shapes around this line.
Bring a leg out to the right, and add a hoof to the end…
And then shade the hooves with a black pen. Use the same color for patches all over the body.
Use a yellow pen to add color to the horns…
And then a pink pen for the inside of the ears, and the outer section of the udder.
Use a lighter pink pen to fill in the rest of the udder.
Then, use the pink pen for the outside edges of the mouth, at the top and bottom.
Shade the mouth completely with the lighter pink pen.
Grab a gray pencil, and add gentle shading to the body and to the horns.
Use a red pen for the nostril…
And then a blue pen to complete the eyes.
And there we have it – a very happy-looking cow, just waiting for a little fun and adventure – but first, he needs a great name!