Cows are smart creatures and, most of the time, tend to be pretty placid and laid back. There can be occasions, however, where cows take matters into their own hands and get pretty mad – why not take a look for yourself by creating your own mad cow in just a few short, simple steps!
Step-By-Step Images and Instructions
Start with a black pen, and add a wide, curved “V” shape in the center of your page, making the arms of the “V” slightly jagged. Add a curve to the top.
Bring the ends of the “V” in to create wing shapes – these will be the brows.
Add a small circle below each brow…
And a small dot inside each of these.
Add a small mark just below the left eye, and then add a large, curved “U” shape to the bottom.
Draw a curved line at the bottom of this shape, and add a small mark to each end – this is your cows grumpy face.
Bring a curved square shape up from the mouth at the bottom.
Add two large oval shapes to the center of this, and fill these in with the black pen.
Next, bring a curved horn up and across on either side of the eyes.
Return to the bottom of the face, and add a short diagonal line on both sides. Take this out to a jagged horizontal line on each side.
On the left, add a “bump” for a thumb at the top, and then three more bumps, this time pointing to the left, for fingers. At the bottom bring a line across to the right.
Repeat this on the right side, this time with the fingers pointing to the right.
Bring a curved line down and in on either side…
And then add another curved square shape, with two “u” shapes in the bottom to create the udder for your cow.
Add two “L” shaped feet to the bottom…
And then add a patch on each side, along with a curved “w” shape and a small circle.
Fill in these patches, as well as the feet and the face, with a brown pen.
Use a yellow pen for the udder and the nose…
And then a gray pen for the bottom of the body, the bottom of the face, and the bottom of the horns.
Shade the eyes with a blue pen to complete your cow.
Now the real question is: just what has got him so grumpy? The answer lies within your imagination…