We all know that penguins are cute – but did you also know that they can be fearsome pirates too? Well, we have everything that you need to bring this scene to life – let’s get started!
Step-By-Step Images and Instructions
Begin with a black pen, and draw a large “n” shape in the center of your page. Add two “bumps” to the sides.
Then, add a large “u” shape to the bottom of these.
Add a small curved shape in the top, and add two short horizontal lines to the bottom of this, ending with a small square at the bottom. Then, draw small marks in the top of this to create a skull.
Add one-half of your crossbones to the right…
And the other half to the left.
Now, add curved lines to the ends, the top, and the sides of the shape.
Add a small circle in the right half, and then add a smaller shape inside this.
Bring two curved lines across to the right, and then two up to the left. Add a large half-circle shape to the top of this top section.
Next, add a large, curved shape all around this…
And then draw a small oval shape, with a curve at the top, to the left.
Add a triangle shape to the bottom, curving the sides slightly.
Now, grab a ruler, and use the black pen to draw horizontal lines across the central section.
Now, add two curved arms, pointing up towards the top corners, to the sides.
Draw a small crescent moon on the right, giving your pirate a cutlass…
And then add a curved feet to the bottom.
Grab a black pen, and shade the outside of the body, the arms, and the hat.
Now, use a red pen to color alternate stripes on the body, as well as the eyepatch.
Use an orange pen for the feet of the penguin.
Ahoy matey – time to enjoy your very own penguin pirate! He is ready to sail the seven seas – but where will his adventures take him?