Did you know that penguins aren't just found in cold climates? In fact, there are many species of penguins that live in warm climates!
One of the most interesting things about penguins is their ability to change the color of their feathers. Penguins use their feathers to regulate their body temperature, and the color of their feathers can range from white to black depending on the season.
If you're looking to add a little bit of whimsy to your pavement art, why not try painting a penguin or two? In this guide, we'll show you how to paint a penguin on pavement using just a few simple supplies.
What You'll Need:
-A black or white pen
-A piece of chalk
-A small paintbrush
-Black and white paint
-A small container of water
Step 1: Draw Your Penguin
Using your black or white pen, draw a simple outline of a penguin on the pavement. Penguins are fairly easy to draw, and you can find many tutorials online if you need some help.
Step 2: Fill in the penguin's body
Once you have your penguin's outline drawn, use your chalk to fill in the penguin's body. Penguins are black and white, so you'll want to use both colors of paint to fill in the penguin's body.
If you're using a black pen, start with the black paint. If you're using a white pen, start with the white paint.
Step 3: Paint the penguin's feet
Penguins have webbed feet, so you'll want to use your small paintbrush to add some white lines to the bottom of the penguin's feet.
Step 4: Add some details
To give your penguin some personality, you can add some small details like a beak, eyes, and a stomach. You can also add some shading to the penguin's body by adding a few extra strokes of black or white paint.
Step 5: Stand back and admire your work!
Once you're finished, stand back and admire your work. You've just created a cute and unique piece of pavement art!