A sheep should not be missing from any drawing of a farm. The woolly animal is not difficult to draw and our tricks can help to make it look especially realistic. With this tutorial you can draw a great sheep step by step and have a template for a farm or children's story illustration.
For the drawing you need a pencil, an eraser, a drawing pencil and good colored pencils.
First draw two small circles on top of each other with the pencil, the lower one being slightly smaller. These two circles serve as guide lines for the sheep's face.
Draw the body of the sheep with an elongated oval.
Now it's the turn of the legs. Make sure you keep a natural posture. Use small circles to represent the joints. Sketch the hooves of the animal already here.
Sketch the neck, ears and head of the sheep with the pencil.
From now on, use a drawing pencil. Draw the head and body first, creating a blurred line that makes the sheep appear fluffy at the end.
Complete the sheep's legs and face with the drawing pencil.
Carefully erase the underlying pencil drawing and all guides.
In the last step you can color your sheep. If you like, you can also work with hatching to achieve a three-dimensional effect through the shadow and make the sheep look even more realistic.