Pigs are known for being smart, sociable, and friendly – and they are also super cute! Looking to bring your own pig to life in just a few short steps? Then let’s get started.
Step-By-Step Images and Instructions
Use a pink pen to add a curved line to the left of your page, and extend the top of this out to the right.
Now, add a pointed “flame” shape to the end of this line…
And then add a second shape beside this.
Bring a curved line down from the bottom of this second shape, flicking the end across to the right.
Take this to a point, and then add a curved line below, with two dots to the side of this.
Now, add another point to the bottom and take the line across to the left, before curving it upwards.
Add another curved line behind this…
And then bring a curved line across, down, and add a “wedge” to the bottom. Take the line across, up to another “wedge”, and then up and across to the left. This will be a front leg.
Bring a curved line across to the left.
Add another leg to the back, and connect this to the top of the back with a curved line.
Add another leg just in front of this back one, and shade this with the pink pen.
Now, add two curved lines to the front, just in front of this leg…
And add another leg to the front, shading this in pink.
Grab a gray pen, and add a line to the mouth and just inside each ear, as well as a curve inside the face for the eye.
Use the gray pen to go over the curved lines at the bottom.
Use a pink pen to add a curly pigtail to the back of the pig…
And then a pink pen to shade the main body.
Add different textures and shades to the legs with a gray pencil by outlining the legs.
And use a pale orange pencil to add a circle to the front for the nose, shading this in.
And there we have it – an adorable pig, just waiting to be named. Anyone have any ideas that are as cute as he is?