Wow, that killer clown really took off huh? I didn't think it was going to get nearly four hundred views the first day it was uploaded. That's amazing, looks like I have to do more drawing tutorials on stuff like that. Anyway, I will start the drawing day for all you artists out there that love drawing farm animals. One of my favorite animals to visit at the zoo is located in the farm section and it is the goat. I know, I know, I have a tutorial on a goat already. This may be true, but is it a lesson on "how to draw a cartoon goat"? I think not my friends. The cartoon version of a goat is going to be cuter, easier, and a lot more fun to draw then the regular goat I have as a tutorial. Another reason why I drew this particular animal is because I'm looking forward to watching the movie “Men Who Stare at Goats” which is going to be coming soon to a store near you. These animals are so very funny, and smart. They produce milk, cheese, meat, and even skins just like a cow. I never tried goat milk yet, but I can honestly say I did have a go at the cheese that is made from the milk. The cheese wasn't bad, it was just very...potent. The only reason why I had the chance to try out the substance is because I bought it on accident when I thought I was buying grated parm cheese. Let's get off the cheese subject shall we, and talk goat for a second. I'm very happy on how the drawing came out looking and I think you guys will enjoy learning "how to draw a cartoon goat", step by step too. There is more lessons coming your way in a bit so keep your eyes peeled, and stay focused. Peace out peeps, and happy drawing!