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Begin by drawing an oval. This will form the goose’s head.
Draw another larger oval below the first one. This will form the goose’s body.
Draw the neck with two curved lines connecting the circles. Extend a line from the back to the hips to form the tail. Make the line wavy when turning down to the hips.
Erase the guide lines from the head and body.
Draw the beak. Extend a curved line from the face, and enclose an irregular shape, then extend a short curved line from the tip of beak to separate the beak’s upper and lower portion. Draw and shade a small oval within the shape to form the nostril.
Draw a circle on the face to form the eye. Within the eye, draw a smaller circle. Shade between the two circles.
Outline the goose’s wing. Use a long curved line for one side of the wing; for the other side, draw a series of shorter, overlapping curved lines to indicate the feathers.
From the bottom of the body, begin the leg by drawing two short lines, complete the foot drawing and add some lines for more details. Duplicate this to get the other leg and foot.
Add some raindrop dots on the neck, wing and body.
Color your goose. Here we will make it a beautiful white goose.