How to Draw a Pomeranian Puppy, Pomeranian Puppy

Artist: Dawn / September 17, 2011

Step 1.

Begin with making a circle for the puppy's head like so, and then draw in some facial guides.

Step 2.

For the second step, all you have to do is begin sketching out the dog's actual head shape. When making this be sure to use a crimping stroke to form the tight curl look. Draw in the flat ears and then move to step three.

Step 3.

You will now begin drawing out the large rounded eyes like so, and then draw the nose, mouth, and sketch in all the little curls scattered around the face and neck.

Step 4.

Look how adorable the little guy is coming out. You will now tackle the task of getting the front art of the body drawn. Use the same type of drawing stroke for the front of the lining for the legs. When that is set, draw the front paws, and then add   

Step 5.

To finish this puppy off, you will just draw out the back end of the body. Draw the back paw, and draw in the toe lines. Clean up the drawing to perfection and you are all done.

Step 6.

Here is the line art when you are all done. Choose a color to start shading in your puppy. Thanks guys and hope you had fun!

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: September 17, 2011
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Tags: how to draw dogs, how to draw puppies, how to draw pomeranians, draw cartoon dog, puppy drawing
Description: I have another simple but adorable tutorial for ya’ll, and yes it is another puppy. I was asked if I could make a drawing lesson that can teach you "how to draw a Pomeranian puppy", step by step. These dogs are probably one of the only small breed species that I would actually own besides an English bulldog. Like always ideas where suggested when I was drawing this puppy live, and at first I didn’t think that a Pomeranian would look like a huge cotton ball as a pup. I know my mom had an all-black Pomeranian when I was only three, but I was too young to remember any kind of past when we owned it. Her name was Lady and from what my mother told me, she was an awesome dog. My family is a bunch of German shepherd lovers and because of this we have two of them. Even though this puppy is funny looking to me, that doesn’t mean you think the same. For those of you that have experience with this breed, you should be familiar with how a Pomeranian looks when they are only weeks old. For now I can teach you the ropes so you can draw a Pomeranian puppy of your own. I hope you have fun, and be sure to let me know what you think by faving, commenting, and rating. See ya and don’t go anywhere because the day is not over for me yet.