Cows are creatures that tend to be super underrated; they are smart, compassionate, and form friendships that last a lifetime. While black and white cows may be the most famous, there are a range of other shades that also deserve their place in the spotlight – and this includes white cows. Ready to create your own? Then let’s get started!
Step-By-Step Images and Instructions
Start with a thick black pen, and draw a curved line in the left of your page.
Add another line to the right end of this, and then curve this down towards the bottom of the page, adding a slight indent just below the end.
Make the top back curve a little thicker, and then bring down two parallel lines to form a tail. Add a tuft at the end of this.
Thicken the line where you have created an indeed, and then add a curved hoof to the end of this.
Bring the line up from the left side of the hoof, and curve this across to the left.
Bring a line up from the leg, and take this across to the left.
Now, add a curved “m” shape just in front of the end of the top line.
Add two pointed, curved shapes, one on either side…
And then bring across a pointed ear on the left, adding a small line inside this.
Follow this with an ear on the right, connected to the line of the back…
Now, bring two curved lines down from the bottom of the ears, and connect these to form the face of your cow.
Make the line at the bottom a little thicker, and then add a curved shape emerging from the top of the back, just behind the head.
Add a curved “T” shape to the center of the forehead…
And then use a black fineliner to add two slanted, almond-shaped eyes below, with smaller circles inside. Add slanted lines above each eye for brows.
Next, add curved lines inside the eyes, heading down to the bottom of the face, and add a wavy shape to the bottom of the nose. Draw a line across this, and then add a little detail above it.
Bring a line down from the bottom of the face, and take this across to the right, and down to form a front leg. Add a black hoof to the bottom.
Make the line of the chest thicker, with pointed shapes at the bottom, and then add a thicker line to the belly.
Continue to add shapes and textures all across the main body of your cow.
Now, add a curved udder, with two points at the bottom, just in front of the back legs.
Add another back leg just below this.
Add another leg to the front, complete with a hoof at the bottom, and shading.
And there we have it – an adorable white cow, just waiting for an adventure; but where will your imagination take him?