How to Draw an Easy Puppy

Artist: Dawn / September 22, 2010

Step 1.

Start with a circle for the head, and then add the facial guidelines line you see here. Next, draw out the potato shaped body, and then the shapes of the puppy's ears. When that is done add the guidelines for the legs.

Step 2.

What you will be doing now is drawing out the top of the puppy's head, and then the ears. As you can see one ear is floppy, and the other is standing straight up. The last thing you need to do is draw the eyes which are only two circles.

Step 3.

Finish sketching or drawing out the puppy's head which includes the cheeks, and jaw. This is also the muzzle of the dog as well. Draw in the nose, and mouth, then the eyeballs, eyebrows, and detail inside of the ear. Lastly, start drawing out some of   

Step 4.

Now that you have reached your last drawing step, all you have to do is finish off this easy puppy by drawing out the rest of the body, legs, paws, and tail. When that is done you can color in the eyes. Erase all the lines and shapes that you drew in   

Step 5.

Once you have cleaned up your drawing, you should have a cute little puppy that looks like the one you see here. Now you just need to figure out what color you want to color he/she in. You can go for a solid color, two toned color, or maybe a solid c   

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: September 22, 2010
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Tags: how to draw dogs, draw dogs, draw puppies, drawing easy, how to draw easy, how to draw a dog, how to draw puppies, draw cartoon dog, puppy drawing
Description: It’s time to start the tutorial day by uploading lessons that are all going to follow the ‘easy’ theme. To start, I will be teaching you "how to draw an easy puppy", step by step. As you know puppies are always fun to draw, and because of this fact, I wanted to base this interpretation of an easy puppy, on one of my two all black German Shepard pups named Bones, and Sam. Bones is the boy, and Sam is the girl. The only thing I changed was the color of the puppy I drew. I decided to draw in spots and a cream color because an all-black dog wouldn’t be too fun to color in. Unless of course you want your pup to look like a black lab. I love making these easy lessons because I know a lot of artists benefit from the tutorials. I find that there is only a few handful of members that are advanced artists, and the others are either intermediate to novice. I also know that some of you intermediate artists, used to be in the novice category. You were persistent, determined, and patient as you sat there and pushed yourself to become a better artist. I guess that’s it guys. There is much more fun to be uploaded in a little while. Be sure to stick around, or come back in a bit. Peace peeps, and have a happy drawing day.