How to Draw a Bichon Frise

Artist: Dawn / January 23, 2013

Step 1.

Make a circle for the head, then the body shape. Sketch in the facial guides, then proceed to step two.

Step 2.

Using the facial guides, color in two eyes and make the mouth or upper lip line which is shaped like a wide W.

Step 3.

Now you will begin drawing the snout or muzzle. Start under each eye like so, then draw the mustache like shape of the snout. The coat to a Bichon Frise is longer in some parts and shorter in others.

Step 4.

Draw the nose, then the mouth and bottom teeth.

Step 5.

Sketch out the wavy pattern of the dog's hair or coat as you draw the shape of the head and ears.

Step 6.

Now that the head and face is done you can begin sketching out the chest, and stubby front legs. Draw the toe lines, then add some fluff near the crease of the pit.

Step 7.

Draw out the back end, then sketch out the belly, back legs, and the curled tail that rests on the back. Erase the mistakes then you're done.

Step 8.

Here is how your Bichon Frise should look when all is done. Color him/her in then you're all set.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: January 23, 2013
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Description: Oh look, it's a Bichon Frise. This lesson is going to show you "how to draw a Bichon Frise", step by step. These small dogs are adored and loved by many people all over the world. Some people that love this breed still don't know how to pronounce their name properly so I will go ahead and try my best at describing how to say "Bee-shon Free-Zay". There, how was that? Anyways, Bichons are fluffy, loving, and very strong for a little dog. They love the company of their owners, and they are also very smart, charming and full of life. They sort of look like the Maltese since both breeds are white with a wavy coat. Both male and female Bichon Frise only grow to weigh anywhere between seven to twelve pounds. Like a lot of small breeds they too experience separation anxiety as well as small dog syndrome. Nonetheless, they are still awesome dogs to own especially if you love dressing up your pooch in fashionable attire. I will return in a bit, so have fun drawing a Bichon Frise.