Sketch in pig-like ears and draw small cute eyes and a triangle for the nose
Smaller, but with a bigger head and eyes. Otherwise, baby guinea pigs look the same as adults.
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Outline it and erase guidelines, be careful not to rub out your actual guinea pig lines!
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It’s not altogether clear how Guinea Pigs got their name. They’re surely not from Guinea and of course they are not pigs! (though sometimes they do act like one). You may have a pet guinea pig, and if you ever wanted to draw one with these easy steps you can!
Please PAUSE the “How to Draw a Guinea Pig” video after each step to draw at your own pace. For the first few steps, don’t press down too hard with your pencil. Use light, smooth strokes to begin. Step 1: Draw a circle as a guide for the guinea pig’s head.
The circle doesn’t have to be perfect. It’s just a guide. Leave enough room on the right side for the body. Step 2: Draw a curved line on the left side of the circle as a guide for the guinea pig’s muzzle.
Step 3: Draw a curved line similar to a backward letter C inside the circle on the top right side as a guide for the guinea pig’s ear. Step 4: Draw a bigger circle on the right side of the guinea pig’s head as a guide for the back portion of the body.
This circle should be bigger and placed lower than the first circle. Don’t worry too much about it being perfect. But don’t place the circle too far away, otherwise your guinea pig will be too long. Step 5: Draw two lines that connect the two circles to complete the guide for the guinea pig’s body.
Sketch in its fur and body structure, add in small feet as well, shading could make it have a 3D effect or a good pictureexture.
To draw a silkie guinea pig, draw a curved triangular shape down from the original guinea pig’s bottom.
Make a big circle for a body, then another for the head, then leave space for the face, ears and feet.
Start with the shape of the body. Draw a circle for the snout, another one for the head and another 2 circles for the body. Remember to take your time for the accuracy when you draw.
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