Draw a circle of a medium size on top, indicating the place where the head will be.
Draw a body in the form of a circle on the right. To get the even figures, use a compass.
Connect the head and the body. Draw a curved line from the bottom of the first circle to the second one. In the same way, draw a line on the right. The lower circle should be inside these lines.
Carefully erase the second circle to leave only the outline of the body.
Piggy’s head is not round. Therefore, slightly correct it, making the lower part look more voluminous.
Draw ears on the left and right on the head. They look like two leaves. The left ear should be slightly smaller because it’s slightly turned to the side.
Approximately from the centre of the body, draw down two vertical lines which represent its foot. The second one is hidden a little bit and starts a couple of inches below.
The legs end in cloven hooves. Don’t forget to separate them from the limbs by using curved horizontal lines.
The second pair of limbs starts at the bottom and is represented with the help of the horizontal lines which are at a short distance from each other.
Don’t forget to draw the hooves on the limbs.
In the center of the head draw the animal’s oval nose.
The pig’s eyes are also oval but the figures are elongated vertically. The eyes are above the nose at a short distance.
Now add the muzzle’s details: the eye pupils, cheeks, nose and smile.
Inside the ears at a short distance from the lines, draw their inner part – the same triangles, but smaller and with pointed tips.
And the last detail is the pig’s tail. Draw it using a thin, twisted spiral.
Color the pig in pink. Color the eyes in blue.
Collage with stages of a pig drawing