How do you draw a sheep?


Quick Answer

Draw a sheep by sketching the fluffy body, and then moving on to the head and legs before adding in the details. You need a piece of paper, a pencil, and crayons or colored pencils.

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To draw a sheep, draw a bumpy oval lengthwise so that it somewhat resembles a cloud, and add at least eight bumps along it to give the sheep its woolly body. Next, sketch a rectangle at the left of the body. Curve the top and bottom of the rectangle to create a nicely rounded head.

To make the ears, draw a drooping, pointed oval on either side of the head. For the legs, make four rounded bumps at the bottom of the sheep with two on the left side of the body and two on the right. Sketch a horizontal line from one side of the leg to the other for the hooves.

Finally add in the details such as the woolly top of the head using a lumpy oval just above the ears so that half the head is covered. Add two dots on the face for the eyes and an upside-down triangle for the nose. From the bottom point of the triangle, draw a short vertical line connected with an upward semicircle. Color the sheep if desired.

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