Step 10: To the left of the nose, draw a curved, horizontal line for the cheek. Below the nose, draw a couple of curved lines for Porky Pig's open mouth. The left side of the mouth should touch the cheek. The bottom part of the mouth should dip low. Inside the mouth, draw two short, curved lines for the tongue.
Step 11: On the top, left side of the head, draw a small line that's similar to an upside-down letter V for the ear. Curve the sides of the ear. Within the shape, draw a couple of lines for the inner ear structure. Use the initial oval and curve line under it as guide to draw the shape of this Looney Tunes character's head. Darken the outer edges of the initial guides to create the shape of the head. Make the top, right side of the head wider than the initial oval. Don't overlap the ear as you draw the head. Curve the lines at the bottom to connect to the cheeks. The bottom part of the head should be flat. Draw a curved line under the mouth for Porky Pig's lower lip. Draw a short, curved line on the top, right side for the other ear peeking from behind the head.
Step 12: Draw three small arcs on the oval to the left of the body for Porky Pig's fingers. Spread the small arcs along the edge of the initial oval. The one on the side should be smaller for the pinky. Draw a smaller arc on the right edge for the thumb. Add two curved lines at the bottom for the palm.
Step 13: Use the line on top of the hand on the left as a guide to draw the arm. Follow the path of the guide and draw the shape of the arm around it. Curve the top part for the shoulder. Under the head, draw Porky Pig's bow by using a couple of curved, triangular shapes. Curve the sides of the bow to indicate the folds on the cloth. Draw a short, curved line in the middle for the knot.
Step 14: Draw a long, curved line on the left side of the body for the first part of Porky Pig's coat. On the right side of the body, draw a thin, rectangular shape for the other side of the open coat. Draw the shape of the arm around the line to the right of the head. The bottom of the arm should connect to the coat. Curve the lines at the top around the small circle. Draw a short, curved line for the sleeve's opening.