Learn how to draw a great looking Porg from Star Wars with easy, step-by-step drawing instructions, and video tutorial. You can now easily create a beautiful Porg from Star Wars drawing.
Porgs are "small, flat-muzzled avians that flock about the rocks and roost in the cliffs of Luke Skywalker's secluded island" on the uncharted world of Ahch-to. They are round and fluffy, with snouts instead of beaks.
Porgs are curious and inquisitive. They are attracted to shiny objects, including Luke's lightsaber. They are also quite smart - they seem to understand some human language. They also seemed to realize what was happening when Chewbacca roasted some of their kind for dinner.
Porgs are sea-going birds. They can fly, but not far enough to reach distant islands. They dive and swim to hunt fish and crustaceans, similar to the real-world puffin. They build nests and their babies are called porglets. Males can be differentiated from females due to their larger size and orange feathers around their eyes. A group of porgs is referred to as a "murder."
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Did you know? Porgs were used to digitally mask real birds - puffins - that were present in large numbers during the filming of The Last Jedi. Porgs were based on birds, bats, seals, beavers, otters, pug dogs, and flying squirrels. Both puppets and computer-generated images (CGI) were used to create the porgs.
Would you like to draw your very own pet porg? Use the Force, as well as this easy, step-by-step Star Wars drawing tutorial. All you will need is a pen, pencil, marker, or crayon and a sheet of paper. You may also wish to color your completed flock.
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Step-by-Step Instructions for Drawing Porg from Star Wars
How to Draw a Great Looking Porg from Star Wars for Kids, Beginners, and Adults - Step 1
1. Begin by drawing two overlapping curved lines, one much longer than the other. This forms the porg's head and far wing.
Easy Porg from Star Wars Drawing - Step 2
2. Draw a long, curved line to form the top of the near wing. Then, use a series of short, connected, curved lines to enclose the feathery wingtip.
Easy Porg from Star Wars Drawing - Step 3
3. Enclose a circular shape on one side of the head, using a series of connected curved lines. This forms one of the orange feather patches of the male porg.
Easy Porg from Star Wars Drawing - Step 4
4. Extend a series of connected, "U" shaped lines from the eye patch. Then, draw a long, curved line to enclose the coloration on the side of the porg's head as well as its belly.
Easy Porg from Star Wars Drawing - Step 5
5. Detail the face. Draw the remaining eye patch using short, connected lines. Use a large, upside-down "U" shaped line to form the mouth. Use curved lines to indicate the nose, nostrils, and chin.
Easy Porg from Star Wars Drawing - Step 6
6. Use a semi-circular line to complete the porg's body. Then, Use a connected series of curved lines to differentiate its darker side from its belly.
Easy Porg from Star Wars Drawing - Step 7
7. Draw the porg's foot. Extend a pair of curved lines downward from the body. Beneath this, draw small ovals to indicate the claws. Connect the leg and claws using curved lines, forming the webbed toes and top of the foot.
Add More Details to Your Porg from Star Wars Picture - Step 8
8. Draw the remaining foot. Again, extend a pair of curved lines downward from the body. Beneath this, draw small ovals to indicate the claws. Connect the leg and claws using curved lines, forming the webbed toes and top of the foot.
Complete the Outline of Your Porg from Star Wars Drawing - Step 9
9. Draw the porg's large, inquisitive eyes. Draw a circle within a circle. Make the eyes sparkle by drawing two smaller circles in the center.
Color Your Porg from Star Wars Drawing
Color your porg. They are typically brown and tan. males have orange markings around the eyes.
Then, check out our character drawing guides, where you'll find other travelers from a galaxy far, far away. You can even sketch a lightsaber for your porgs to play with. May the Force be with you!
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