Here are my steps:
Roll out black fondant into an egg shape. I used my homemade marshmallow fondant.
This will be your penguin’s body and head.
Roll out a small ball of white fondant and flatten it into an oval shape.
Brush some water on the center of the penguin’s body.
Position the white oval shaped fondant on this water mark and press gently to secure into place.
For the eyes, roll out two small balls of white fondant and flatten them into circles.
To complete the eyes, roll out two very small balls of black fondant . Place them on top of the white circles and press gently until they stick to each other.
Brush some water on top of the penguin’s black body .
Position both the eyes on this water mark and press gently to secure them into place.
For the beak, roll out a small ball of orange fondant and press into a circle.
Using your fingers, shape your circle into a diamond shape.
Press the center of this orange diamond with a toothpick until it sticks to it.
Brush some water where you want the penguin’s beak to be positioned.
Gently press the toothpick holding the beak onto the water mark and secure into place.
For the feet, roll out two balls of orange fondant and flatten them into an oval shape.
Brush the bottom of the penguin’s black body with water and stick the feet into place.
To create toes, press a toothpick thrice on each foot.
For the wings, roll out two balls of black fondant and flatten them into circles.
Using your fingers, mould them into petal shapes. I did not have a petal cutter but you can use that to make wings too.
Brush the sides of the penguin’s body with some water.
Position the wings on the water mark and secure them in place.
And, that’s it! Give your penguins some snowballs and they are ready to have a snowball fight…
Hope these tutorials were helpful.