All dogs share the same basic head and body construction. By practicing these steps, you’ll soon be able to draw any dog. (Don’t trace. You’ll learn much more if you freehand.)
With the following tips, you can, too. So sharpen that pencil, get out some paper and let’s get started.
When I look at the sketchbooks of aspiring cartoonists and artists, most illustrations don’t convey a sense of thrust. The artists have worked hard on the eyes, the head, the muscles and so on, but there is no flow to the drawings. They have no direction. The characters are just jumbles of parts, which makes them look stiff. It’s certainly important to master drawing those individual parts. No doubt about it. But the parts need an overall framework in which to exist. That’s where the line of action — shown in red — comes into play.
But, because our view of the collie as a full-bodied dog is so ingrained in us, it’s better to start with an overall large shape than to draw a thin body and fill it out with hair. The collie is always well-groomed, so don’t let the hair appear ragged.
Step 5: Now add a smiling mouth, which pushes up into the cheeks and causes creases. The jaw, off to one side, creates a lively smile.
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How To Draw A Cute Beagle Dog Cartoon
It’s dog drawing time! Let’s learn how to draw a dog together with this easy to follow step by step tutorial. Simple, quick and fun!
In only six easy to follow steps you will learn how to draw a cute dog sitting down. If your kids are into cartooning they will love this one for sure.
We love how our collection of easy drawing tutorials keeps on growing. We’ve learned to draw many different animals and objects together already and I am really happy to share this puppy drawing tutorial with you.
This one is designed to be super simple so it’s easy both for kids and grown ups who want to draw a an adorable cartoon style dog.
As with our other tutorials of this type, you can grab the printable with all the steps at the end of it, so you can practice anywhere you want to (or use it in the classroom).