How about some drawing fun today? Owls are such awesome animals that I think it would be great fun to draw one. As the title of this blog post tells you, I named my owl Owlvin. (Of course, you can name your owl something totally different.) Grab a piece of paper and a pencil and let’s start with a nice plump oval shape which will be the owl’s body.
Next we’ll add a wing on each side of the body.
Add 2 circles towards the top of the oval for eyes. And put a little black dot inside each circle.
Draw a triangle for a nose and add a little mouth.
Let’s add a couple of little tufts at the top of his head.
Now you can add a little tummy.
Draw 3 toes on each side for his feet.
A few lines can be added to make him look more like he has feathers.
Once you have the drawing just the way you want it, you can go over all the lines with a black pen or fine line black marker.
After the ink is completely dry, you can very lightly use an eraser to remove any leftover pencil marks that you can see. Last but not least, give your owl some color.
All finished! Great job! What color is your owl? And what did you decide to name him or her? I hope you’ve had fun learning to draw owls! 🙂
It’s time to get your paper and drawing utensils out again! Today let’s create Bart the Bull. A bull is a male or boy cow. About 2 weeks ago we drew Bessie the cow. If you missed that post, you can go back to it here and have fun drawing Bessie. https://thekidsniche.com/2020/03/26/lets-draw-a-cow/
Ok, back to drawing Bart! We’ll start the same way we did when we drew Bessie, with an oval shape laying on its side.
Next we’ll draw part of a rounded rectangle for his head on top of the oval. Like this:
My rounded rectangle didn’t come out even, but that’s ok, it will still look fine when we are finished drawing. So if yours isn’t perfect either, don’t worry about it! It will still be great! 🙂 Now let’s add 2 small ovals for Bart’s eyes and 2 ovals for his nose. Here’s where to place them:
The next step is to color only half of the eyes in. Bart will be looking to the right or to the left or up or down depending on which half you color in. Also color in the 2 ovals inside the larger oval for his nose holes. Then draw 2 eyebrows above his eyes and a curve for his mouth smiling. I drew his mouth on the side and his eyebrows coming close together to make him look ornery. 😉
Now draw his 2 ears.
And now he needs you to give him 2 horns.
It’s up to you to decide if Bart is a black and white cow like Bessie or some other color. Here’s one way he might look if he is a black and white cow.
This is Bart if you’d like to make him a brown cow.
And there you have it! All done and a great job you did! Now you can draw as many cows as you like. I hope you had fun drawing with me today!