How to Draw a Bulldog Puppy, Bulldog Puppy

Artist: Dawn / August 27, 2011

Step 1.

Simply make a circle for the head of the bulldog puppy, and then draw in the facial guidelines.

Step 2.

Using the circle you drew in step one, begin drawing out the actual shape or structure of the bulldog's head, face, and ears. As you know bulldogs have these massive floppy lips or jowls so be sure to draw them in right.

Step 3.

Sketch in the middle section of the dogs face which is the snout, nose tip, mouth, and bottom jaw. Once that is all draw in, be sure to add a panting tongue too.

Step 4.

Using the facial guidelines you drew in step one, all you have to do is draw out the large oval or oblong shaped eyes. Make the outer lines to shape out the eyeballs, and then draw in the detailing for the inside of the bottom jaw.

Step 5.

Now you will draw out the outlined shape that will be detailed later. This is for the entire body formation. As of right now it should look like a cape thrown over the dogs body.

Step 6.

Here all you have to do is draw out two lumps on each side of the bulldog's body, and then draw in the arched lines for the toes on the front paws.

Step 7.

Here is what your drawing looks like when you are all done. Now you can choose your two toned shades to color in your bulldog puppy. Great work guys!

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: August 27, 2011
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Tags: how to draw puppies, how to draw bulldogs, puppy drawing
Description: Hello one and all, and welcome back to more drawing fun here on Today is the day that I submit more awesome tutorials. I’m going to start by showing you all "how to draw a bulldog puppy", step by step. Why a bulldog you ask? Well, one main reason is because it was requested, and another reason why I chose to fill the request on drawing a puppy version of a bulldog is because they are considered to be one of the most cutest puppy breeds from the domesticate canine world. The cute little wrinkles on their snouts and foreheads as well as their adorable wrinkled little bodies, makes you say “awe” every time. The lesson was specially made to be super easy, and when you see how simple it’s going to be to "draw a bulldog puppy", you are going to be jumping for joy because the task to creating something so cute is really easy. I hope you enjoy this puppy tutorial, and remember I’m coming back so don’t go anywhere or you will be considered square!