Wednesday, November 18, 2015

Learn To Draw Dogs (part 2 of 2)
Add Some Eyes

Give your dog eyes. Draw two small circles within his head and just about above his snout. This would be his eyes. Add two half circles above and around his eyes. These would serve as his eye brows. If you want a happy dog, then keep the half circles a bit high and cur curvaceous for a bright disposition. However, if you want your dog to be sad, replace these arcs with diagonal lines going towards the center. If you want him to be mad, replace the arcs with just one long zigzagging line across his forehead.

Give Him A Nose

Now draw another small circle that is concentric to second circle, which is the one that would stand out as your dog’s snout. This would be the tip of his nose. Place the nose tip a bit off-centered to the left.

Add The Legs

Draw his legs. This dog is basically in a sitting position. Thus, his front legs would be straight while his hind legs should be folded. Place these on the lowest circle. The hind legs should be sticking out from both sides of the body, while the two front legs are both occupying the center portion of the lowest circle. Do not forget to give him paws too. Put paws on the end of the legs by drawing a fat “m” like figure and closing it off on its bottom portion.

Add Some Details And Clean Up

Add the details of his body, such as neck and mouth. For the neck, find the right angle in which you can create a slightly diagonal line from the snout circle to the upper body or 3rd circle. The mouth should be under his nose. Lastly, you should clean up  by erasing sketch lines which are not really needed for your dog’s body.

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