|Date Added: July 22, 2009|
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Description: Well, I’m back again with another drawing tutorial and this time it’s going to be on a household animal that a lot of people own. I will be showing you “how to draw a collie”, step by step. This collie was requested by a member, and believe it or not but, this tutorial was actually finished a while ago, I just never uploaded it until now. The collie I drew is also in cartoon format because I know it must be a lot easier for you guys to draw cartoon style characters and animals than real animals like the German Shepherd, or Pitbull tutorial I have. I like the way the collie came out and I also made sure that the steps are easy to follow and understand. Do you remember the collie’s name that became insanely popular in the fifties and who is also known as the worlds most famous dog? Well if you like to watch old movies like myself, you should know that Lassie is the worlds most popular dog and he also happens to be a collie. Collie’s are sheep dogs and they are very beautiful when looked upon. A collie may not be your ideal pet breed, but just looking at one of these dogs close up will actually make you want to own one because they are that beautiful. Along side the Lab or Golden retriever, a collie is a dog that is very sensitive, bright, sweet, kind, and very loving. They are also very loyal and easy to train dogs. Did you know that the collie is such a devoted dog to his owners that they will literally find their families if accidentally left behind? It’s true, there was an incident where a collie traveled one thousand miles to find his family. This pretty breed makes a wonderful pet for children. There is so much more to say about the collie, bit I will leave you to the tutorial instead. It is now time that you learn "how to draw a collie", step by step. I will be back in a while with more drawing fun so stay tuned in for more on the way. Bye, bye kiddies.