Draw a caterpillar with a couple of rounded “M”s and a circle for the head.
Give your caterpillar a nice bright smile while you’re at it, and maybe a leaf or two to munch.
Draw a butterfly using more simple shapes and patterns.
Include lots of color and try to make the wings as symmetrical as possible.
Draw a frog poised to hop.
The point of view can be from the front or the side, so long as you get the angle of the back legs right.
Draw a hamster with little paws and whiskers.
Color it a darker brown on the outline and a lighter brown on its stomach, like so.
Draw a rabbit to keep your hamster company. Your picture could be of a domestic rabbit, shown above, or a rabbit like Bugs or the Easter Bunny. It’s up to you!
Draw a turtle.
You can try your hand at a cartoon turtle, a realistic turtle, or even a snapping turtle—draw them all if you want!
Draw a monkey.
This one is a little complicated, but you should end up sketching a cute baby monkey with big eyes and a long tail.
Draw a cow grazing in a field.
The more realistic your cow is, the more of a challenge it will be to draw it, but you shouldn’t have much trouble so long as your proportions are correct.
Draw a dolphin jumping out of the water.
Make sure to shade it darker on the bottom!