Oswald Chesterfield Cobblepot is his name, and initiating crime is his game. There is a few different variations of this character that was created by artist Bob Kane, and writer Bill Finger. DC Comics has a bunch of memorable villains and heroes, but there is one that stands out all on his own. He wears a black tuxedo, he is a short, chubby man, and he loves birds. Haven't you guessed? I'm going to show you "how to draw Penguin", step by step. The Penguin is one of DC Comics main villains as he was created in the early years. He made his debut appearance in 1941, and since then he has been a part of a few affiliations such as, Injustice League, Suicide Squad, and The Society. Unlike most of the dark characters or villains that Detective Comics has created over the years, Penguin is one of the few that is more or less sane, and completely aware of what he is doing or in other words, he is not a twisted demented character like The Joker. Instead he is what you would call an aristocrat, and a social bug. He would rather be called a gentleman of crime, instead of a crook, villain, or bad guy. He prances around in his tidy neat looking tux, as he wears a top hat and all. He's so sophisticated, he walks around with a high end umbrella, and a monocle, which is a corrective lens that is worn when only one eye has a problem with vision. These devices are usually connected to an attractive chain that can be attached to any part of the users clothing. In another version of the Penguin, he is a dark sinister, messy man that has fused fingers making them look more like fins as seen by Danny DeVito when he played Penguin in “Batman Returns”. No matter how many times his character changes one thing always remains the same, his umbrella. The Penguin uses his umbrella as a weapon. The umbrella can be fused with toxic gasses, have a built in gun, a flying device which gets him out of sticky situations, and other weapons. The character I drew is from the cartoon animation “Batman: The Animated Series”. I chose Penguin in this form because I felt it was going to be the easiest for you to draw. In all when it comes to wondering “how to draw Penguin”, you should have no problems when you follow the simple steps, and instructions with this lesson. I shall return my kiddies so stay tuned in. “Squawk, squawk”!