- Start with the Head:
- Begin by drawing a slightly curved oval shape for the dog’s head. This will be the main body of the head.
- Add Ears:
- On the top sides of the oval, draw two floppy ears. These can be a bit elongated and should start from the top of the head.
- Draw Eyes and Nose:
- Place two small circles for the eyes towards the top of the head. Add a smaller circle or oval shape just below the eyes for the nose.
- Connect the eyes and nose with a short line for the snout.
- Mouth and Tongue:
- Draw a smiling curve just below the nose for the mouth. Add a small curved line inside the mouth for the tongue.
- Body and Legs:
- From the bottom of the head, extend two slightly curved lines downward for the neck and body.
- Draw four short lines for the legs, with small circles at the ends for the paws.
- Add a curved line at the back of the body for the tail. You can make it wagging or straight depending on how you’d like your dog to look.
- Eyes, Eyebrows, and Ears:
- Inside each eye, draw a smaller circle for the pupils. Add small curved lines above the eyes for the eyebrows.
- Inside the ears, draw smaller shapes that mimic the ear’s outline.
- Finalize the Outline:
- Go over your initial lines with darker, more defined strokes. Erase any unnecessary guidelines.
- Add Fur Details (Optional):
- If you’d like, you can add some simple short lines around the dog’s body to represent fur.
- Coloring (Optional):
- You can use colored pencils, markers, or any coloring medium you prefer to bring your dog to life.
Remember, drawing takes practice, so don’t be discouraged if your first attempt doesn’t turn out perfectly. Keep experimenting and have fun!