Penguins are creatures typically associated with cold, frozen lands and wintery landscapes – so let’s bring this image to life in just a few short steps!
Step-By-Step Images and Instructions
Use a black pen, and draw a long, thin shape, slightly angled, in the center of your page. Add a short line to the top left of this, and then add a circle to the top of this.
Use a line from the right of the circle down to the shape below.
Bring two curved lines down from the bottom of this shape…
And then add a curved “m” shape inside the curved lines.
Add two curves, one below each half of the “m”.
Add a small triangle shape to the bottom of this for the beak.
Add a wavy line to the bottom of the face, and add two short lines to the ends. Connect these at the end with a wavy line.
Bring two curved lines down below this at the sides, and join these at the bottom with another curved line.
Next, add another curved line to the bottom…
And then add two curved points to the bottom.
Bring a curved wing across on the right side, pointing towards the top right-hand corner of the page. Follow this with another wing on the left side.
Use a black pen to shade the wings, and add color to the top of the face.
Use a brown pen for the scarf and hat…
And a red pen for the brim of the hat, and the main body of the jumper.
Now, use a white pen to add a large snowflake to the center of the sweater.
Use an orange pen for the feet at the bottom and the beak…
And then use a blue pen to add a stripe to the bottom of the feet, and a snowflake to the right of the right-wing.
And there we have it – a wintery penguin, waiting for an evening of ice skating. What could be better than that?