how to draw miss piggy
Step 4. How to Draw Miss Piggy
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Uploaded: April 14, 2010
Artist: Dawn
Difficulty: Intermediate  Intermediate Skill Level
Steps: 7
Updated: April 14, 2010
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I'm sure everyone is familiar with the old seventies series “The Muppet Show” right? Well, if you look in the pop culture category under “characters” you will eventually see a very familiar face. His name is Kermit, and he is one of the main characters of the show. I got a request to do a drawing lesson that can teach an artist “how to draw Miss Piggy”, step by step. Obviously I said to myself, “yeah, that's a good addition”. I also have a lesson on 'Animal' too, he is the drummer or wild one of The Muppets, that earned a name for himself. As for Miss Piggy, I have always liked her. She reminds me of my grandmother because of her personality, and fake self. Miss Piggy definitely thinks she is the best thing that ever walked this earth. She also believes that her destiny is to one day become the greatest performer or actress that has ever existed. Her face has literally been on so many different magazines since she first debuted her act in 1976. At first Miss Piggy was only a part of The Muppet Show's chorus. If it wasn't for her determination and drive, she wouldn't have made it to stardom the way she has. She absolutely loves Kermit the Frog, and she let's him know how she feels with every chance she gets by smothering him with hugs and kisses. If Kermit does something she doesn't approve of, she will give him a very powerful karate kick that sends him flying through the air. Miss Piggy is also a no-nonsense girl. She has pouting eyes, long blond curly hair, and dressed for success. I am so happy that somebody requested this tutorial because it was so much fun making this lesson on “how to draw Miss Piggy”, step by step. I hope who ever requested her, has fun drawing her out. I will be back momentarily with some more drawing fun so stay tuned in. Peace out people, and keep on drawing!