How to Draw a Puppy for Kids

Artist: Dawn / March 16, 2011

Step 1.

Start by making a simple egg shape for the head, and then another smaller egg shape for the body. Next, draw the facial guidelines like you see here.

Step 2.

All you need to do here is basically draw out the shape of the puppy's head and thicken the original lining.

Step 3.

Next, draw out the droopy, but cute ears like so, and be sure that they are big enough for the head size.

Step 4.

Almost done guys! Make two eyes which are oval in shape, and then color them in leaving behind two white dots. Add a dash for the brows, and move to step five.

Step 5.

Draw the nose and then draw in the jowls or small mouth. When that is easily drawn in, you can add the little tiny tongue that the puppy is sticking out.

Step 6.

You will now draw the chest, front legs and then the paws. Be sure to add the toe lines and sketch in the stomach too.

Step 7.

Now you have come far enough to finish off the pup. Draw the hind leg, and give him, or her a cute wagging tail. Erase the guidelines and shapes that you drew in step one.

Step 8.

Here is what the puppy looks like when you are done. All you need to do now is color in the pooch, and be on your way. I hope you had fun drawing a puppy for kids step by step.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: March 16, 2011
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Tags: how to draw dogs, how to draw for kids, how to draw animals for kids, how to draw puppies, drawing for kids, draw for kids
Description: I already made a video on this lesson so the description is going to be short. This tutorial has been sitting in my pending folder since the twelfth so basically I felt that it was time to submit it already. If you liked the video on "how to draw a puppy for kids", you will love this step by step tutorial because it has everything you need to enable you to draw a very cute puppy. Kids will also find that drawing a puppy is not all that hard because I made sure that the steps where made to be as simple as possible, and the line art is thick enough to have fun as you color in your newly drawn pooch. Enjoy learning "how to draw a puppy for kids", and since Easter is coming up, he would make a great candidate to decorate into a cute Easter theme. Adios people and enjoy!