1. We draw a lamb contour. When drawing characters I usually start drawing with eyes – since eyes set mood of the picture, define a state of mind of an animal. Try to draw a contour from the first times, not too press on a pencil. In such unpretentious pictures accuracy is especially important.
2. A beige pencil easy roundabouts I start tinting a muzzle, beginning from its edges, very absolutely slightly we tint the middle of a muzzle. Circular shading allows to lay down to color more exactly and accurately. Very slightly we paint over the middle of a muzzle a light yellow pencil. I painted ears with the same pencil as a muzzle, but on internal parts of ears added then a little more light brown pencil.
3. A blue pencil we paint over pupils, pressing on it near a patch of light less – in the bottom of an eye more. The same blue pencil we start painting "hairdress" — besides with circular shading, let it will be less dense than on a muzzle, after all all of us paint wool. A blue pencil we add some easy strokes on lateral face of a muzzle, there where blades stick out.
4. At this stage transformation of our lamb begins – we lead round a contour the handle. Drawing looks more live when thickness of a contour changes (thanks to different corners under which we keep the handle and extents of pressing). Led round a contour of wool semi-roundabouts. A simple pencil dobvly easy shadows under "curls" on a muzzle and on inside of ears. From above on shadows on a muzzle I still slightly walked a blue pencil (since wool the lamb bluish, has to have an easy reflex from it on skin). Over blue color on wool besides roundabouts walked in the blue color to diversify shades. Unconscious wanted to sleep and decided to draw an alarm clock (like tomorrow to get up early and time already to go to consider lambs).