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Uploaded: January 18, 2008
Artist: Dawn
Difficulty: Intermediate  Intermediate Skill Level
Steps: 9
Updated: August 30, 2013
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Hey there people. Today I am putting up a tutorial on a cow. Yup, that’s it a plan ol’ cow. After all, these animals give us the very milk we drink with our cookies and cake. And don’t forget were steak comes from, those juicy cuts of rib eye, mmm. I bet most of you don’t even know how many cows we have existing on earth right now.., 1.3 million wow that is a lot of mooing going on. A male is called a bull and the female of course is called a cow. Another word used for these animals is cattle. Now cattle, like us have one stomach, but unlike us they have four chambers. These chambers are a very important part of the cows digestive system, the names of the compartments are, rumen, omasum, abomasums, and reticulum. Now, everyone knows that cows get milked by hand right; wrong they use machines on them in most milk developing plants. The only place they really use their hands now a days is in other small countries or on small farms and such. When cattle get pregnant they carry their calves for nine months, just like humans. Cows are indeed partially blind all though they have some concept of color. You can find a cow just by driving through the country side on a warm summer’s afternoon with the windows down and the wind blowing on your face. I wanted to add the cow to the farm animal pile. My goal is to contribute at least one tutorial in the farm animal category every month. This tutorial is pretty basic it teaches you "how to draw a cow", step by step, but not just any cow an oreo colored one, you know what to do with the cookies. Anyway there are only 7 steps and the instructions are easy to follow. If you have any questions drop me a comment and I’ll be sure to get back to you. Have fun ya’ll.

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Drawing  a cow, Added by Dawn, January 18, 2008, 11:32:01 pm