Guide your students through an art project that is perfect for spring or a farm themed unit - Cute Pig! This pack includes directions for one drawing and includes 4 presentation options.
Select from one of 4 projects
- classic directed drawing
- big draw
- draw and write OR
- Classic directed drawing has the steps and room provided for students to simply draw, following the steps.
- Big Draw provides the steps on one page, and a page sized, bordered worksheet for students to create a large artwork.
- Draw and Write has a blank space for students to draw (using the separate page of steps) and a few lines to write a sentence or two.
- Read, Draw, Write worksheets encourage students to read the words in the word bank, follow the directed steps to draw a picture (and they may add additional drawings) and then write a sentence or two about their picture or the topic.
The directed drawing in this pack is a perfect stimulus for writing. They can follow the steps exactly or you can encourage your students to add their own individual features, create interesting backgrounds and scene extras!
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How to Draw a Cartoon Pig
Learn how to draw a Cartoon Pig with this easy step by step tutorial. Who could resist drawing such a cute face?
Kids love cartoons, and cartoon characters are often some of the things they first try when learning how to draw. The simple lines and cute faces and easy coloring probably have a lot to do with it.
This Cartoon Pig tutorial starts with a large and symmetrical face, which gets the students off to a solid start. A straight view of any face is so easier to draw as they just need to match one side up with the other.
After the face is complete, it’s easy to add a body that is turned just a bit. That’s all it takes to make sure that famously curly tail shows. Finish with a fence or yard or barn, anyone of which would make an adorable drawing.
Time needed: 30 minutes.
How to Draw a Pig
- Draw an oval shape for the body.
- Add the head shape in front of it.
- Erase the gray line and draw a centered nose.
- Draw two symmetrical ears.
- Add two eyes inside.
- Draw a chin and mouth inside.
- Erase the gray line and draw four legs.
- Erase gray lines and add fence in the background.
- Trace with marker and color.
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How To Draw A Pig: Happy Cartoon Pig Drawing (Step-by-Step)
Learn how to draw a pig. An easy step-by-step cartoon pig drawing tutorial. Turn simple oval head and body to a cute pig by adding snout, floppy ears and curled pigtail.
Today we will learn how to draw a pig. We will start with easy oval shapes for the body and head. Step by step we draw a pig from the ovals by adding the “trademark” features – oval snout, floppy ears and a curled pigtail. The cartoon parts of the pig drawing are the simplified body shape, large googly eyes and a happy smiling mouth.
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How to draw a pig: base sketch step by step
Step 1: Sketch two ovals for pig’s head and snout
Our pig drawing starts as usual with a few simple base shapes to build the character.
Draw a larger oval – this will be our pigs head. Then add a smaller oval inside, about one third from the bottom – this will be the pig’s trademark snout.
Step 2: Add an oval for the pig’s body
Next, add another large oval for the pig’s body. As you can see in the picture, the body crosses over the head shape in the top-right quarter.
Feel free to play with the size of the body oval – you can make your pig fatter or thinner, taller or smaller, depending on how you stretch the body oval.
Step 3: Sketch the pig’s legs
Here we give our pig some legs. They are made from two parts – the rectangle for the leg, and a small rhombus for the hoof. If you want to draw really simple shapes, these can be regular rectangles.
But as you can see in the picture, the legs will look much better if you will make the leg slightly wider at the top and draw the tops of the hooves at an angle.
We have added a helping ground line to keep the legs the same length – and immediately broke the rule with the front leg hoof sticking down.
Step 4: Draw the pig’s ears
Time to add another piggy trademark – big floppy ears.
Let’s start with the easy one on the right – that is a flat curve up, and a bulked out curve back, for kind of a leaf shape.
Now for the other ear – you can draw the same shape, but then add a small curved triangle going down for the bent end of the ear.
Step 5: Draw the pig’s face and tail
The sketching for our pig is almost done – let’s add a few final details:
Two simple ovals for the eyes. Two circles for the snout. A nice smiley mouth – we like it going to one side, and finished with a little arc to suggest the cheek. And finally another piggy trademark feature – the curly twisted tail.
How to draw a pig: outline the drawing step by step
Step 1: Draw the pig’s head
With our sketch complete, it is time to start outlining our pig. Let’s start with the head – there are no changes here, the outline is a straight copy of the pig’s face, ears, and face. We have filled in the snout holes and the eyes – just another smaller oval left out white for the pupil, the rest of the eye is all black.
Step 2: Draw the pig's legs
Next, outline the pig’s legs. There are few subtle changes here:
Notice the two legs that are extended slightly over the body shape – this will make them stand out in front of the body and give the pig drawing some depth.
Another simple change is all the hooves are slightly rounded. We have also added a short line to separate the two toes.
Step 3: Draw the pig’s body
Time to finish our pig drawing. Complete the body outline – break the body outline for the two legs in front of the picture, and draw through the two further from us.
Then draw out the twisted tail. Oh, and a final improvement – two small lines inside the ears, to better suggest the fold in the ear.
How to draw a pig: finished drawing
How to draw a pig: finished outline drawing
Here is our finished cartoon pig drawing, once you erase the sketch lines.
How to draw a pig: finished drawing coloured-in
As usual, our final – optional – step is to colour in the completed drawing. Here we have gone for the traditional pink piggy – lighter pink for most of the body, darker pink shade for the snout and shades.
And we are done – now you know how to draw a pig too! Check out the spider or cat drawing tutorials, if you want to draw a few more animals that can be drawn from simple circles.
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Contrary to popular belief pigs aren´t actually dirty, they are very clean compared to most other animals, that live in the wild. In this guide, we will learn how to draw a baby pig in easy to follow steps.
The drawing in this guide is going to be more cartoonish than realistic.
Drawing a pig is quite easy when you break the more complicated forms down to simple geometric forms. In this guide, I will show you how to do that and if you follow the steps one after another I will guarantee you, that you will end up with an amazing drawing!
So let´s get started with the first part of this guide. The Materials, that you will need to draw a baby pig.
What Materials Do I Need?
I will always list the materials, that I used to create this drawing but I will also list a few other materials, that you can use as well. So you don´t need to get the exact same materials, that I got in order to follow this guide.
I use a regular graphite pencil, that is graded between HB and 6B. You can use any grade as long as it is not harder than HB. The reason for that is because the harder the graphite is the more it can damage the paper, that you are drawing on. And damaged paper is a really annoying problem that can be easily avoided by using a softer graphite pencil.
Marker or Brushpen
When I finished the underdrawing I will often use a regular black Copic marker to tidy up my linework. You can use any Black Marker or a Brushpen as long as the marker does not bleed on the paper and as long as the marker has a tip with which you can vary the line weight through pressure. A Brush tip like the Copic marker has, is best for this.
I highly recommend a kneadable eraser for pretty much any drawing you do in graphite. A kneadable eraser can erase lines like a regular eraser but it can also lighten up graphite lines buy slightly going over them and you can knead the eraser in any shape or form you like to erase lines very precise.
You can use a regular eraser too but you may damage your paper with a regular eraser and lightening up lines is also quite hard to do.
I personally use either a very strong illustration board or sketch paper. I would recommend a regular sketch paper for simple drawings because it is just cheaper. Sketch paper is also quite durable and you can draw with markers and all kinds of pencils on it without any problems.
Paint or Colored Markers
For coloring, I mostly use Copic markers. But you can use watercolors or acrylic colors too, no problem. As long as your paper can take it you will be fine. You can test how your paper absorbs different paints by testing the paints on a spare piece of paper.
If the paper curls up when getting wet or if the color runs off instead of staying on then your paper is not cut out for that kind of paint.
How to Draw a Cute Cartoon Baby Pig?
Before we start with the actual drawing here are some tips, that may help you drawing this piece.
Keep your lines loose and draw from your shoulder and not from your wrist!
Keep the forms of this drawing very round and avoid sharp corners, this will give the drawing a cute and cartoonish look.
And have fun drawing! Don´t think too much about the drawing and don´t stress out about drawing the exact same way I do, just enjoy the process.
Step 1: Creating the Underdrawing of the Baby Pig
We will start by drawing a simple ellipse on the paper using our graphite pen. Keep your lines light and don´t draw them with too much pressure. All these lines are just meant as guidelines and we will erase them later on.
This ellipse is going to be the head of our little pig.
Now draw half of an ellipse, that attaches to the top and bottom of the head. This is going to be the body of our pig.
Next up, draw two circles roughly in the center of the head. These circles are the eyes of our pig.
Slightly under the eyes right between them is going to be the nose. So, draw an ellipse to establish the form of the nose and then draw two little circles in there to give our pig some nostrils.
Add two ears on the top of the head. Carefully look at the form of the ears and try to copy them as well as possible.
You can also add two circles to the inner of the eyes. These circles are the reflection of the eyes.
And I also added two more ellipses under the eyes right on the cheeks. These ellipses will, later on, be drawn in a peachy color to give the baby pig some cute red cheeks.
And finally, we will add some legs and a tail to our pig.
The shape of the leg is a slightly curved shape to make the pig look cute, so avoid angular shapes when you copy this shape!
I also added three little circles on its body to give him some more piglike character. These spots appear on the skin of pigs so including them will make your drawing look more believable.
And we are done with the underdrawing. In the next step, we will refine our drawing and clean up our line art.
Step 2: Creating a Clean Line Drawing
Use your kneadable eraser and lighten up the underdrawing until you can barely see it. Then grab your marker and start tracing the underdrawing. Try to vary your line weight to give the drawing more character.
In this step, it is important, that you don´t blindly trace your lines. The ear, for example, is in front of the body so don’t trace the line of the body, that is behind the ear!
When you traced all the lines with the marker you can erase the underdrawing completely as you don´t need them anymore.
Step 3: Coloring Out Baby Pig Drawing
Whenever I am coloring a drawing I usually choose the colors before I start.
For this drawing, I chose a very light pink color for the main body of the pig. I also chose a reddish color for the cheeks and a slightly darker pink color for the shadow areas.
And finally, I picked an almost black color for the eyes of our pig.
I started by coloring in the main body of our pig with a light pink color.
I chose the darker pink color to color in the nose of the pig and I also colored in the eyes.
Finally, I used the darker pink color to draw some basic shadows just to give the pig a little more depth.
And you are done. Hopefully, you ended up with a great illustration of a baby pig, that you can be proud of.
If you are struggling with the drawing just keep calm and try to trace back, where your mistake was and then just correct it. And if you keep on doing this without getting frustrated then you will be able to draw this very fast!
If you have any questions then just drop a comment below and I will try to answer them as soon as possible!
Pig drawing cute
Pigs are a popular animal and are a favorite animal to millions of people. Their popularity isn’t only due to their usefulness in farming, though.
They can also be really cute with a lot of character, which makes them quite beloved to many people.
They have been turned into many different cartoon characters and been featured on many products, movies and shows.
If you are one of the many pig fans in the world, then you may have wondered how you can learn to draw a pig yourself.
This easy step-by-step guide on how to draw a pig in 6 easy steps will make it easier than ever!
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How to Draw A Pig– Let’s get Started!
To start this guide on how to draw a pig, we will be drawing in a few shapes that will make it easy to draw your pig later on.
Using the reference image as a guide, we will be drawing in three ovals intersecting with one another.
For this step, it is recommended to use a lighter pencil to draw in these shapes, as we will be erasing them later.
This step would be much easier if you use a drawing compass to create the ovals. This first step is definitely going to be made easier if you follow the picture provided closely.
Once you’ve drawn in the ovals, you can then draw in a curved line through the top two ovals as seen in the image.
Step 2 – Next, draw in the pig’s head
Once you have your pencil shapes drawn in, you can start to draw the outline of your pig drawing.
Using the ovals you drew previously as a guide, you can carefully draw in the head and ears. The ovals you drew will help to keep the pig’s head in the correct shape.
I would recommend not rubbing out the pencil lines until after the next step, as we will be using the other oval you drew as a guide for the body.
Step 3 – Now, draw in the pig’s body
For this step in our guide on how to draw a pig, we will be using the other oval that you draw in as a guide.
You can trace over most of it with a pen, leaving a gap at the bottom where the legs will be going.
Once you’re happy with the head and body of your pig drawing, you can erase the ovals that you drew in step 1.
If you drew over the pencil with a pen, make sure that the ink is dry before you start erasing! If you start erasing too early, you could smudge the ink if it’s a bit wet.
Step 4 – Next, we will draw in the legs and tail
In the next step of our guide on how to draw a pig, we will be adding in some legs and a tail. This pig will have some cute, stubby little legs, so when you add them in they will be really short and stout.
The reference image will show you how you could make them.
Once the legs are drawn in, you can add a little corkscrew tail using some simple curved lines like the one in the picture.
Step 5 – Now, we will draw in a face for your pig
Your pig drawing is almost finished now, and it needs a cute face!
The reference image we provided has a happy face for your little pig, so you can try to replicate it using some ovals, circles and curved lines.
For this step, you could also change some elements for a unique look to it. For example, you could change the facial expression of your pig by changing details such as the eyes, eyebrows and mouth.
There’s definitely a lot of room for you to be creative with it!
Step 6 – Now finish it off with some color
At this point, you have successfully managed to draw a cute pig picture! This is an accomplishment already, but your pig drawing isn’t quite finished yet.
There’s still one more step you need to do, but it’s also the most fun of all the steps!
Your pig drawing needs some beautiful colors, and the reason this is such a fun step is that here you get to show off your creativity.
We’ve shown one way that you can color in your pig in our reference image, but for this part you should feel free to let your imagination run wild!
Will you stick to a similar color scheme as our image or do you think you would like to use your own favorite colors?
You could even draw in a fun background for your pig that you can color in as well. Maybe your pig could be sitting on a pretty farm or maybe it could be ready to dig into a delicious dinner!
You can also have some fun experimenting with different art mediums such as acrylics, watercolors, colored pens and pencils for some wonderful and unique color looks.
The possibilities are endless, and we can’t wait to see how you finish off your pig drawing!
Your Pig Drawing is Complete!
We really hope that this guide on how to draw a pig in 6 steps was really helpful and fun for you to use!
When you first saw what you would be drawing, it may have seemed like an intimidating task, but our goal with this guide as to make it as easy as we could for you.
The best way to tackle a drawing challenge is to break it down into smaller, more manageable chunks, and we know that if you follow the guide and try your best you’ll do a great job!
Once you’ve drawn your pig, there are also so many ways you can personalize your drawing.
Whether it’s by drawing extra details, choosing some awesome colors, using different mediums or drawing in a background, we’re sure to see some brilliantly unique pictures!
We will be bringing out loads of great step-by-step drawing guides like this one in the future, so make sure to check in on our site frequently to never miss out!
Once you’ve finished drawing and coloring your pig drawing, we hope you will share it to our Facebook and Pinterest pages!
We can’t wait to see your awesome and creative pig drawings once they’re all done.
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