|Uploaded:||July 6, 2009|
|Updated:||March 20, 2010|
Hey guys, how about another tutorial on a farm animal that we all love to feed, watch and pet. Of course I am talking about the goat and as you know the goat is a very popular farm animal. The lesson that you will be taught today is on “how to draw a goat”, step by step. Goats is the one farm animal that gets me confused with the other animal, a ram. Goats are used for many, many things and they are sometimes considered sacred animals. The domestic goat lives on farms, and out in the wild. There is like hundreds of different types of goat breeds, and they are all used for many different things. Different goats have different purposes. Take the boer goat for instance, this goat is herded for it’s meat. Goat meat is very similar to veal or venison. Goats that are used for milk, cheese, and butter are also used like the Alpine goat. Now, goats too must be milked and it is said that fresh goat milk is very creamy and sometimes bitter when warm. Milk from a goat is processed to make chesses and butter as well. Goats like the Angora goat, are used for their fibers. When I say fibers I don’t mean meat, I’m talking about wool, cashmere wool, and other types of fabric producing fibers. If you think about it, goats are utilized for many uses to farmers and consumers alike. Remember when I said that goats remind me of rams? Well, I was just looking at some pictures of goats, rams, and sheep, and I have to say that the goat resembles both other animals. Well, that is all you are going to get out of me, it is now tine for you to tackle this tutorial on “how to draw a goat step by step. Peace out and happy drawing.