When it comes to cows, there are a huge number of types, species and varieties – but a strawberry cow? Well, why not!
Step-By-Step Images and Instructions
Start by taking a black pen, and drawing a small triangle shape in the left-hand half of your page.
Repeat this shape, adding another small triangle beside the first.
Connect these two shapes with a curved line, and then extend the curve down towards the bottom left-hand corner of the page, and across towards the right.
On the left-hand side, add a small “sausage” shape…
And add two small dots inside this.
On the right-hand side, add a “teardrop” shape, and bisect this with a slightly curved line.
Repeat this on the other side, to give your cow two horns.
Add two small dots inside the face, and then add a “C” shape to create a patch across the face.
Draw a curved line down from the bottom of the face, heading towards the bottom of the page.
Continue the curve across to the left-hand side of the page…
And add a cute tail to the back on the right-hand side.
Now, give your cow two patches – one at the back and one towards the bottom.
Return to the line at the bottom, and bring this up slightly, then back in towards the right to create a leg. Add a hoof to the end of this.
Just above this leg, repeat the shape, but slightly smaller this time, to add another leg to your cow.
Use a line to connect the legs to each other, and then to the bottom of the face.
Add a spiky shape emerging from the mouth, to give your cow grass to munch on.
Now add a large, curved shape just below this grass shape – this should be almost “potato” like in shape. Fill this with small dots.
Grab a pink pen, and fill in the insides of the ears, and the nose.
Now use a green pen to add color to your grass…
And a gray pen for the hooves and horns.
Finally, choose a bright red pen for the patches to create your strawberry cow!
Now that is one seriously cute cow… why not create a whole herd of different colors and shades?
2 thoughts on “How to Draw a Strawberry Cow”
i really liked this tutorial! it helped me a lot! 😀
I’m glad you liked it!