How to Draw a Kitten and Puppy

Artist: Dawn / July 19, 2012

Step 1.

Simply begin with two circles for both the kitten and puppy's heads. Sketch in the facial guides, then proceed to step two.

Step 2.

Let's start with the puppy first. Shape out the head and snout like so, then add a mouth line with a smile.

Step 3.

Draw in the floppy ear, then draw the large wide open eye. Add the nose then the puppy's tongue.

Step 4.

Next, draw in the front part of the puppy's body as well as the front paw. Next, draw the back leg and paw in a sitting pose.

Step 5.

Lastly, draw the back as well as the pup's bum and tail.

Step 6.

Now we can start the drawing process for the kitten. Sketch out the actual fluffy shape of the kitten's head, then draw in the ears as well as some of the neck.

Step 7.

Add detailing to the kitten's ears, then draw out the large eyes, nose, whiskers, and mouth.

Step 8.

You will complete the kitten's body by drawing the front and back parts. Draw the tail which is curled into the cat in a cupping pose.

Step 9.

Now all you have to do is draw in the toes, and back part of the tail. Erase your mistakes before calling this drawing finished.

Step 10.

When you're done, your kitten and puppy pair should look like the ones you see here.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: July 19, 2012
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Tags: how to draw cats, how to draw dogs, how to draw kittens, how to draw puppies, draw cartoon cat, draw cartoon dog, puppy drawing
Description: Here is one cute lesson based on a cat and dog in their baby stage. Today I will show you "how to draw a kitten and puppy", step by step. These two adorable animals have love written all over their faces. I love how they appear to be best friends, but somehow the kitten looks unsure of whether or not cats and dogs get along. Even though people have cats and dogs in their homes, and they say that they get along, most of the time there is still hissing and chasing nonetheless. This is because it's only natural for dogs to chase cats, and for cats to run from dogs. If you own a real docile pup, maybe then there won't be as much action going on in the household. Anyways, I think you will all enjoy drawing a kitten and puppy because this tutorial is just too cute to pass up replicating.