How to Draw Piglet

Easy, step by step Piglet drawing tutorial
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"It is hard to be brave when you're only a very small animal."

Piglet is one of Winnie the Pooh's best friends, just like Eeyore. He lives in the Hundred Acre Wood, along with Tigger, Rabbit, Kanga, and other characters based on Christopher Robin's collection of stuffed animals. Piglet is very timid and concerned with cleanliness.

Piglet made his debut in the children's book Winnie-the-Pooh. He lives in a house made from a beech tree and his favorite food is acorns. He is known for fearfulness, kindness, and generosity.

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Piglet has appeared in books, movies, television series, and Disney merchandise. He has made cameo appearances in other media including Who Framed Roger Rabbit, Bee Movie, and House of Mouse. He is also frequently available for meet and greets at Disney parks and resorts in costumed form.

Would you like to draw Piglet from Winnie the Pooh? This easy, step-by-step Disney character drawing tutorial can show you how. All you will need is a pencil, an eraser, and a sheet of paper. You'll also want pink crayons, markers, or colored pencils to shade your finished drawing.

If you liked this tutorial, see also the following drawing guides: Winnie the Pooh, Lilo from Lilo and Stitch, and Sadness from Inside Out.

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Step-by-Step Instructions for Drawing Piglet

Piglet drawing - step 1
How to Draw Piglet: Step 1

1. Begin by using a curved line to sketch the side of Piglet's face.

Piglet drawing - step 2
How to Draw Piglet: Step 2

2. Extend the curved line to form the back of the head.

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Piglet drawing - step 3
How to Draw Piglet: Step 3

3. Draw a curved line across the bottom of the head, forming the neck of the garment, and continuing down the front of the torso. Then, use a curved line that doubles back upon itself to form the arm.

Piglet drawing - step 4
How to Draw Piglet: Step 4

4. Use a series of curved lines to draw the remaining arm, crossing behind the previous arm.

Piglet drawing - step 5
How to Draw Piglet: Step 5

5. Draw Piglett's ears. For each, use two curved lines to enclose a pointed shape.

Piglet drawing - step 6
How to Draw Piglet: Step 6

6. Erase existing lines from behind the ear. Then, use a long, curved line to enclose the body, wrapping from the shoulders to the hands.

Piglet drawing - step 7
How to Draw Piglet: Step 7

7. Band Piglet's garment with horizontal curved lines.

Piglet drawing - step 8
How to Draw Piglet: Step 8

8. Draw Piglet's legs. For each, extend a pair of curved lines from beneath the body. Enclose the foot using a "C" shaped line.

Piglet drawing - step 9
How to Draw Piglet: Step 9

9. Detail Piglet's face. Draw a circle to form the tip of the nose. Extend curved lines above and below it. Use a "U" shaped line to enclose the smiling, open mouth. Draw curved lines to indicate the tongue and chin. Next, shade a small circle for each eye. Draw curved lines beneath the eyes to indicate the cheeks and above them to form the eyebrows.

Complete Piglet drawing
How to Draw Piglet: Step 10

Color Piglet. He and his garments are various shades of pink.

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