How to Draw a Guinea Pig?

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 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.

Do guinea pigs have tails?

You can see that guinea pigs don’t have a tail and that they have large ears, four toes on their front feet and three on their back. Following are 12 more guinea pig facts.

Using a long and curved line, surrounds a large, irregular form on one side of the head. Notice that the two bottom bulges of the image will become the legs.

Sketch on the hamsters foreleg, erase the guides if needed. For far feet, use curves that embrace two or more toes, partially hidden from the body.

Then, use long, curved lines to draw the beard that extends from the nose. These small mammals come in a variety of colors, including black, white, cream, gray, and brown. They may also display combinations of these colors, marked with spots, blemishes, patches, and asterisks.

I had a lot of fun drawing with Hadley during this lesson (I always have fun, but this one was extra special). I always hope that our parents and teachers are having just as much fun as our little artists.

Follow along with us, but change the coloring to match your own pet guinea pig.

Step 1

Start off by drawing a circle. This will help you shape the guinea pig’s head.

Step 2

Using a long and curved line, surrounds a large, irregular form on one side of the head. Notice that the two bottom bulges of the image will become the legs.

Step 3

Contouring and stretching the shape of the head. In the circle, outline a more detailed form. Then use two overlapping curves to surround the shapes of the muzzle and mouth.

Step 5

Sketch on the hamster’s foreleg, erase the guides if needed. Use two curves to indicate the upper shoulder and upper leg. Connect them using a series of overlapping “U”-shaped lines. Finally, use three long and narrow “U”-shaped lines to wrap around the toes.

Step 6

Draw away from the forelegs extending from the back of the neck. Use overlapping curves to create the same hairline as before. Then, overlap some narrow “U”-shaped lines to cover the toes and feet.

Step 7

Outline the back foot. For the feet close, outline the foot using two curves. Connect them using “U” shaped lines to form toe. For far feet, use curves that embrace two or more toes, partially hidden from the body.

Step 8

View details of the hamster’s face. Draw a circle inside a circle to form a large teardrop eye. Draw an oval and a small circle in the smaller circle, and shade around them to form the pupils. Use long and curved lines to cover the ears. Draw a circle on the muzzle to form the nose. Draw a small oval to represent shading and nose shading.

Step 9

Add fur details along the curves of the hamster’s body. Use a series of short lines connected to jagged points. Then, use long, curved lines to draw the beard that extends from the nose.