Grab your pencils or your markers as you will learn how to draw a sheep with our step by step sheep drawing tutorial.
This tutorial will teach you how to draw a super easy cartoon style sheep, so it’s perfect for kids to use, as well as for anyone who wants to draw a cute little sheep.
These fluffy little animals are certainly fun to draw. A couple of days ago we showed you how to draw a horse, so we decided another “farm animal” should join our collection of how to draw tutorials.
You will learn this one in no time, as it really is one of the easiest methods ever.
How to Draw a Sheep
What you need:
- our directed drawing printable (completely optional – you can grab it at the very end of this tutorial)
- marker or pencil
Step By Step Sheep Drawing Instructions
Start by drawing an U shape for the sheep head. You can make the U shape a bit wider at the bottom.
Draw a fluffy shape above the head. Also start drawing the mouth.
Complete drawing the nose. Also draw two eyes. There are many ways you can go about it, you can make a round nose, triangle nose, U shaped one or one like we did. The same goes for eyes, you can draw dots like we have or you can do closed eyes, by drawing an “inverted” U shapes.
Lastly don’t forget about the ears.
Next comes the body of the sheep. Draw a fluffy oval shape.
Draw feet. You are almost finished.
Draw the final details – the hoof and the tail.
Congratulations! You have just learned how to draw a sheep.
All there is left to do is to give your drawing a bit of color.
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You guys really help me draw a sheep. I appreciate your time on showing us how to draw things. THANK YOU!
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