How to Draw Baby Pitbulls, Baby Pitbulls


Let's begin drawing these adorable pitbulls. Start by making three shapes, two for the heads, and one for the body. Sketch in the face and neck guides like so.


Begin sketching out the shape of the first puppies head and snout like so. Notice how the lips hang low or loose. Draw in the floppy ears, and then move to step three.


Finish drawing the face and then sketch in the eyes, nose, and the rest of the cheeks or lips. Color in some of the eyes like so, and then sketch in some lashes, as well as wrinkles, creases and folds on the muzzle, along the cheeks, and in between t   


Draw the back part of the neck, and then draw the butt, and front led. Be sure to draw in those toes like so, and when drawing the front leg, be sure that the inner leg line is a bit bowed.


Next, draw the right leg and some of the neck, as well as the majestic chest and belly. Draw in more toes and then move to step six.


Finish off this puppy by drawing the hind legs and then the back paws. Sketch in the toes as well as the long nails that which is on each paw. Sketch in some chest detailing and you are ready to tackle the second puppy.


Using the shape that you drew in step one, you will now start the process of sketching out the head, and then draw the snout, and bottom jaw as well as some of the left ear lining. Don't forget those wrinkles on the snout.


Finish drawing the ears, and then sketch in the eyes, nose, and inner mouth. The tongue should be detailed and there should be some teeth drawn in the mouth. Color some of the eyes in and then add some holes for the whiskers spots.


Almost done guys. Unlike the first puppy you drew, this one is laying down. Draw the neck, and then draw the let leg and paw. Make sure you detail the crease or fold where the elbow or joint is.


Finish drawing the baby pitbull's body by sketching in the other leg, paw and some of the chest. Draw the back end or what is visible. Draw the nails, and then add some chest creases and wrinkles. Clean up the drawing and you are done.


Here is what your puppies look like when you are all done. Color them in any shade you like and that's all.

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January 18, 2012

Description: These baby animals that I have been uploading lately have been doing really well. Today I will be teaching you all "how to draw baby pitbulls", step by step. There is so much mixed emotions about this dog breed and even though there has been lots of deaths, and injuries from attacks by the pitbull breed, but most of the attacks are a direct result from how the owners raise their dogs from puppyhood, up until adulthood. Don’t get me wrong, there are also pitbulls that have awesome homes and get lots of love, but still attack a family member or even another dog for no reason at all. Anyways, enough of the negative talk let’s talk about how incredibly cute baby pitbulls are when they are small, and even when they are older. There are many lines of pitbull, but one of my favorite is the American Staffordshire terrier. They are thick sturdy dogs that have massive heads and awesome coloring and markings. This tutorial is going to be fun and exciting because I know there is plenty of you that love this dog breed. So go ahead and have fun with drawing baby pitbulls, step by step. Thanks guys and enjoy!

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