How to Draw a Cartoon Pig

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Learn how to draw a great looking Cartoon Pig with easy, step-by-step drawing instructions, and video tutorial.

By following the simple steps, you too can easily draw a beautiful Cartoon Pig.

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The lowly pig has played a role in human culture for millennia. The domestic pig was bred from the Eurasian wild boar thousands of years ago.

Today, it can be found all around the world, and with a population of about one billion individuals, the pig is one of the most numerous large mammals.

References to the pig can be found in centuries old folklore, including the Chinese zodiac, the parable of the prodigal son, and such fairy tales as "The Three Little Pigs."

Pigs played a large role in the social commentary Animal Farm (1945) by George Orwell, and its film adaptations.

In modern popular culture, pigs have been immortalized as such cartoon characters as Porky Pig of the Looney Tunes and the British cartoon character, Peppa Pig.

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Would you like to draw your very own cartoon pig? Using this step-by-step tutorial, all you will need is a pencil and a piece of paper.

In each step of this simple drawing guide, you will either draw the new lines, highlighted in blue, or erase guide lines drawn in a previous step.

You may want to have an eraser handy for this purpose, as well as paints, crayons, markers, or colored pencils in order to shade your finished drawing.

If you liked this tutorial, see also the following drawing guides: Cartoon Panda, Cartoon Bear, and Cartoon Fish.

Step-by-Step Instructions for Drawing a Cartoon Pig

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How to Draw a Great Looking Cartoon Pig for Kids, Beginners, and Adults - Step 1

How to draw a Cartoon Pig Step: 1

Begin by drawing a oval. This will form the pig's head.

Easy Cartoon Pig Drawing - Step 2

How to draw a Cartoon Pig Step: 2

Overlapping the oval, draw an irregular enclosed figure, resembling a heart with a rounded bottom. This will form the pig's nose.

Easy Cartoon Pig Drawing - Step 3

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Draw a curved line from the top of the nose, and a longer curved line below it. Draw two "U" shaped lines below the longer line to form the open mouth.

Easy Cartoon Pig Drawing - Step 4

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Draw a short, curved line from the top of the nose to the top of the oval, and a long curved line from the bottom of the mouth to the top of the oval.

Easy Cartoon Pig Drawing - Step 5

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Erase the guide lines left from the oval.

Easy Cartoon Pig Drawing - Step 6

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Draw the ear using a series of connected, "U" shaped lines.

Easy Cartoon Pig Drawing - Step 7

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Draw the other ear, using similarly curved lines.

Easy Cartoon Pig Drawing - Step 8

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To form the body, draw a large oval overlapping the back of the head.

Easy Cartoon Pig Drawing - Step 9

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Draw a long, curved line from the bottom of the head to the bottom of the oval.

Easy Cartoon Pig Drawing - Step 10

How to draw a Cartoon Pig Step: 10

Erase the guide lines left from the large oval.

Easy Cartoon Pig Drawing - Step 11

How to draw a Cartoon Pig Step: 11

Outline the legs by drawing two sets of curved lines. In each set of lines, the lines should be farther apart at the top than at the bottom.

Easy Cartoon Pig Drawing - Step 12

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To form the far legs, draw two more sets of curved lines extending from the belly.

Easy Cartoon Pig Drawing - Step 13

How to draw a Cartoon Pig Step: 13

Erase the guide lines from the legs.

Easy Cartoon Pig Drawing - Step 14

How to draw a Cartoon Pig Step: 14

Connect each set of leg lines using a curved line, then use two "U" shaped lines to form the hooves.

Easy Cartoon Pig Drawing - Step 15

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Draw a curly, overlapping spiral to form the tail.

Easy Cartoon Pig Drawing - Step 16

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Draw another curly line parallel to the first, erasing overlapping lines as needed.

Easy Cartoon Pig Drawing - Step 17

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Draw a partial oval above the nose, and a short, curved line beside it. Draw a second partial oval atop the curved line. These ovals will form the eyes. Then, draw a curved shape above each eye using two short, curved lines.

Easy Cartoon Pig Drawing - Step 18

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Draw two ovals on the nose to form nostrils. Draw a curved line through the mouth, and shade above it.

Easy Cartoon Pig Drawing - Step 19

How to draw a Cartoon Pig Step: 19

Draw two parallel, curved lines through each eye, and two small ovals beneath them. Shade the area around the ovals to form the pupil.

Easy Cartoon Pig Drawing - Step 20

How to draw a Cartoon Pig Step: 20

Color your pig. Many cartoon pigs are pink, but they may also be black, brown, white, or spotted.

For more great Cartoons drawing tutorials, see the 51 Simple Cartoons Drawing Ideas post.

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