Step 5: Inside the head, on the top, left side, draw a small circle for the porg's eye. On the right, lightly sketch a slightly bigger circle for the other eye. Use the construction lines inside the head as guides to get the eyes' placement right. When you get the size and position of the eyes right, darken the lines.
Add a couple of curved lines around the eye on the left for extra detail. Add lines around the eye on the right too. Use longer lines for this eye because of the tilt of the head. Inside each of the porg's eyes, draw a tiny circle to represent glare.
Step 6: Where the construction lines intersect, draw two small, thick, curved lines for the porg's nostrils. Above the nostrils, draw a series of short strokes for the fur-like texture on the nose.
Step 7: Under the nose, draw a curved line that's similar to an upside-down letter V for the mouth. Sketch the line lightly at first. When you get the shape right, darken it. Add a few short strokes at the tips for the fur-like texture. Add a short line under the mouth for the porg's lower lip.
Step 8: Add a few more short strokes at the bottom of the mouth to emphasize the shape of the porg's muzzle. Curve the strokes up so that they form a mustache- like shape. Add some strokes near the nose too.
Step 9: Use the initial circle as a guide to draw the shape of the porg's head. Follow the basic path of the circle but make the shape a bit thinner at the top. Use a series of short strokes as you darken the top part for a fur-like texture.