Step 6: Inside the second circle, near the middle, draw a long, wavy line as a guide for the penguin's flipper.
Step 7: Starting on the right side of the body, draw a long line that curves to the left as a guide for the first foot. At the bottom, curve the line back up toward the circle to form a small arc. To the left, draw a small arc as a guide for the other foot that's peeking from behind the baby penguin's body.
That's it for the guides! From this point on, press harder with your pencil for a more defined drawing.
Step 8: Inside the head, lightly sketch a small circle for the eye. Use the initial lines as guides for placement. When you get the position and size of the bird's eye right, darken the lines but make the sides pointier. Draw a couple of curved lines around the eye for the bit of bare skin on the eyelids. Farther out around the penguin's eye, draw a series of short strokes for some fur. Inside the eye, draw a couple of tiny circles to represent highlights or glare. Shade the eye but don't overlap the tiny highlight circles. Use a dark value near the middle of the eye for the pupil. Use a slightly lighter value along the bottom edge to give the eye a more curved look.
Step 9: Darken part of the top edge of the small arc for the first section of the penguin chick's beak. Draw a line across the arc for the mouth. Draw this line closer to the bottom edge of the arc. Make the line for the mouth long so that it stretches inside the head. Darken the bottom edge of the arc for the lower part of the beak. Stretch this line inside the head too. Draw a series of short strokes along the right side of the beak for the feathery base.