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How to Draw a Puggle

Artist: Dawn / August 26, 2013
How to Draw a Puggle

Step 1.

We will begin with a couple guide shapes, one for the head and another for the body. Add the limb guides like so followed by the feet and facial guidelines.

Step 2.

Starting at the top sketch out the head structure and then include the ears.

Step 3.

You will now draw out the shape of the face, then draw the muzzle and bottom jaw which is open.

Step 4.

Using the facial guidelines sketch out the shapes of each eye, then draw in the wrinkles around the eyes and along the snout. You want to create a wrinkled saggy look so make sure to add the proper detailing. Draw the nose and the whisker holes too.

Step 5.

Let's get started with the body. Draw the chest and legs, then draw the paws. One great thing about Puggles is they have really short coats which makes them ideal for apartments because of no shedding.

Step 6.

Sketch out the back line as well as the hind legs. Then draw in the back paws and toes.

Step 7.

Finally, draw the nails on each toe, then sketch in the chest detailing. Erase your mistakes and guides then you are done.

Step 8.

Here is the line art of the adorable Puggle. Color in the doggie any shade you like.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: August 26, 2013
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Tags: how to draw dogs
Description: Here is an adorable little pooch that loves to play and is very odd looking in a portioned way. I have received so many requests for me to make a tutorial on "how to draw a Puggle", step by step. For those of you that don't know what a Puggle is, they are a cross between a pug and a beagle, hence the name puggle. Most often then not Puggles come in a fawn like color with white under marks on the chest and belly. Puggles look a lot like pugs in the face, but have the ears and larger body size of a beagle. The very first Puggle was bred by a breeder named Wallace Havens, and who would have thought that the new hybrid dog would be a hit with families who are looking for a small dog, with an adorable face. Have fun drawing a Puggle folks and let me know if you have another hybrid dog in mind for a tutorial idea or request. Peace folks.