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How to Draw Dax

Artist: Dawn / October 31, 2010
How to Draw Dax

Step 1.

Again, if you notice almost all of the Skelanimals are drawn the same way. You start with a circle for the head, and then add a square box which seems to be attached to the head like so. When that is done add the guidelines for the face, and for the    

Step 2.

This is going to be an easy step because all you have to do is draw out the actual outline of Dax's complete body like so. This should include his big floppy ears, and the shape of his face and tail.

Step 3.

Draw the inner shape for Dax's head skull like so, and then begin drawing out the bones for his legs, and forearms. Once that is done you can move to the next drawing step which also happens to be the last.

Step 4.

Draw eye sockets, and then add the shape of the nose, and a small beating heart. Lastly, draw in the toe bones like so, and then start erasing all the lines and shapes that you drew in step one.

Step 5.

Here is Dax when he is all done being drawn. Now all you have to do is color him in and that's it. I hope you liked this tutorial, and thank you for viewing this lesson on how to draw Dax.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: October 31, 2010
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Description: Dax the dog is a cute pup that loves to run and play. There are certain things that Dax doesn't want to do, which is why he is a dog even in death. Like all pups, Dax has a mind of his own whenever it's time to play, or get attention. He can be either one of the most annoying dogs on the planet, or he can be a dog that is loyal and at your side. If you want to learn "how to draw Dax", step by step all you have to do is follow the tutorial that I have provided for you. But before you get busy with this lesson, here is the story how Dax became a Skelanimal "Dax had talent, you would be proud. I would take him to the park, he drew a crowd. He could catch the Frisbee so easily in his teeth. At times, I threw too hard, it would go to the street. One day as we played, he jumped over a beagle, Only to be caught in the talons of an eagle". Now out of all the stories of animal death, this was one of my favorite. I guess I will get busy and move on out of this description since I know you artists out there want to "draw Dax" in a hurry. Peace out my fellow artists and friends, and I hope you all have a happy Halloween.