How To Draw Dog Face

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How To Draw Dog Face

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Create two half circles attached to the top of the main circle. These should be almost touching each other but not quite. They will be the eyes.

Slinky the dog is a combination Dachshund and slinky toy from the film Toy Story (1995). Now, you can go on adventures with Woody’s pal, Slink. See the drawing tutorial.

Draw the dog’s nose. Draw an upside down heart and a triangular shape with two cutout holes.

This cute cartoon wolf is depicted in a classic pose – that wolfish archetype of howling at the moon. Draw your wolf using the illustrated step-by-step guide or the instructional video.. See the drawing tutorial.

Color him with colors such as gray, dark gray, black or brown.

This simple, step-by-step illustrated drawing tutorial is by far one of the easiest you’ll encounter. This guide is a good starting point for budding artists seeking instruction on drawing a faithful friend. A corresponding video tutorial is also available. See the drawing tutorial.

Draw the dog’s eyes. Remember to make the eyes as glossy as possible by drawing squiggly lines within his pupils.

Did you know that foxes are also a type of wild dog? Foxes are known for their sly intelligence. They are adaptable, even living in cities when their natural habitat is scarce. Because of their solitary nature, you will seldom glimpse this elusive creature. You can keep one nearby, however, with this easy, step-by-step drawing tutorial and the accompanying video. See the drawing tutorial.

This cartoon dog is cute and ready to play! In addition to a step-by-step, illustrated tutorial, a video tutorial is also available. See the drawing tutorial.

Large, watery eyes add cuteness to the specific style of art used in Japanese anime and manga. This dog is anthropomorphic – he stands on two legs, like a human.

In this video tutorial, you will learn to draw an adorable dog face using simple lines and shapes. The large eyes give this pup character.

This cute kid’s drawing tutorial depicts a mother fox with her tail wrapped about her baby. Young foxes are known as kits. See the drawing tutorial.

Draw small details such as the little circles on his nose and then lines for his eyelids and ears.

Have you ever dreamed of running wild with a pack of wolves? Now you can draw yourself there! This step-by-step tutorial will teach you to draw a person playing with a pack of wolves. Using this guide, you can draw yourself with one wolf, or surround yourself with all five. See the drawing tutorial.

This simple drawing tutorial consists of only four steps. You will combine ovals, circles, and a number of lines to form the head of this easy to draw canine. See the drawing tutorial.

This video tutorial will walk you through the steps of drawing a simple dog guarding a large heart shape. This drawing will make a great addition to greeting cards for the ones you love.

Throughout time, the family dog has been a symbol of steadfast loyalty and unconditional love. But capturing that essence on paper can be a little tricky. You can write about it, but a dog’s face is so expressive that sometimes the only way to avoid using 1,000 words is to draw a picture. This article will show you how!

Dogs have been a part of human society for thousands of years. Dogs were domesticated from wolves, and as such are related also to jackals, wild dogs, dingoes, and foxes. Dogs have been employed throughout history, not only as pets, but also as hunters, protectors, shepherds, and as a means of transportation.

We name them Lassie, Rover, Fido, and Spot. They’ve been called man’s best friend. They were likely among the first animals to be domesticated. They are the most widely distributed and abundant carnivore on earth. What animal fits this description? None other than the dog.

Draw a semi-circle around the eyes. This will be the rest of the face.

All you will need for many of these easy, step-by-step tutorials is a piece of paper and a pencil, pen, or marker. Some tutorials use guide lines – lines sketched lightly but erased before the drawing is completed. For these tutorials, use a pencil with a good quality eraser.

When there’s a mystery to solve, Scooby Doo is the dog for the job. This famous Great Dane has starred in television cartoons, animated films, and live action movies since 1969. In this video drawing tutorial, you will receive step-by-step guidance in drawing Scooby using simple lines and shapes. Be sure to have some Scooby Snacks ready!

Spike is a brown dog belonging to the Pickles’ family on Nickelodeon’s hit cartoon series, Rugrats (1990-2006). Spike was often involved in the adventures of the babies Tommy, Chuckie, Phil, and Lill. In this step-by-step tutorial, you will learn to draw Spike looking surprised – as he often was by the babies’ antics. See the drawing tutorial.

Puppies are cute, and this husky puppy is no exception. This simple, step-by-step video gives the dog big, watery eyes. The picture is completed with a tundra background – snow and evergreen trees – depicting this sled dog’s place of origin.

Why is there a bow on the dog? What if I don’t want the bow on it?

In this video tutorial, you will begin by writing a capital D and lowercase o and g. Follow along with the artist as she connects the letters using simple lines. Soon, you will have a unique and easy dog drawing.

Great Danes are the largest of the domestic dogs. Some are so tall that their head is level with a person’s shoulder. Draw this massive dog using this tutorial. See the drawing tutorial.

There are some stories that can be used to remember how to draw the second dog’s face: There was a man (stick figure) had six children (three on each side). They would go to a park to play (circle). They had two rooms facing the park (eyes with the pupils).

To travel from their home to the park they would walk a short distance (semi circle). There was a river on both sides (ears). There was a man who had no arms (stick figure) and because he had no arms he cried and cried (dots around man).

To cheer himself up he went to the fair and went on a Ferris wheel (circle), two haunted houses (eyes), and got two cotton candies (pupils). Then he went over a hill (top of head), went to a hot dog stand, and got two hot dogs (ears).

There once was a man (stick figure) who had bees chasing him (dots), so he jumped into a lake (circle). When he got out, he saw two caves (eyes and pupils) in the side of a hill (semi-circle) with two waterfalls coming off the side of the cave (ears).

There was a man with no arms (nose) who fell in a pond (muzzle). It started to rain (whiskers). He ran up a hill (top of head) and went to McDonald’s (eyes) and he ordered two burgers (pupils) and fries (ears).

Then he was happy (tongue). There was once a man with no arms (nose) bees were chasing him (dots) so he hid in a cave (circle). He died, so he was buried at a graveyard (eyes). There were a holes in the gravestones (pupils) so all of the man’s family were there (semi-circle), and they were crying (ears).

There was a man with no arms (Stick figure nose). He died, and was buried, (muzzle), then some flies came (dots). They gave the man 2 graves and colored in a rainbow on the bottoms of both (eyes w/ pupils).

Then A BIG rainbow came (semi circle). And finally some cars came to visit the grave (ears). There once was a man with no arms. He was really gross so he had flies all around him (dots). One day he went up a hill (muzzle) and he went up another (top of head).

There were two pools at the top (eyes with pupils). There were also slides there. He slid down one side (ear) and the down another (other ear). One time there was a man(stick figure) who was very clumsy so he cried a lot(dots).

Once, he cried so much, he made a lake(circle)! So then his dog and cat died so he put up grave stones(eyes),but the words were all squished together(pupils). He went up a hill,(semi-circle) and went down slides! There was a man (Nose and mouth), who had 6 children (dots).

They all drowned (muzzle). The two oldest ones got a nice grave (eyes), while the younger 4 got 2 small graves to squeeze into (pupils). The father got a big grave watching over them all (Semi circle).

At the funeral, many tears were shed (ears). There was a man (Nose/Mouth) who had 6 children (dots) so he bought a pool (face), the pool sprung a leak (tongue) so they moved to the mountains higher and higher, (each eye) and even higher (face)when rocks fell (ears) they moved inside the caves (pupils)!

Mickey Mouse’s friend Goofy is an anthropomorphic canine who wears a bone shaped hat. You can draw him using this easy to follow tutorial. In the words of Goofy: “Oh, garsh!” See the drawing tutorial.

This video tutorial takes a unique look at drawing the dog Jake from Cartoon Network’s animated series, Adventure Time. Throughout the tutorial, you will be encouraged to look around your environment to find shapes with which to draw the character. For example, Jake’s body is shaped roughly like a computer mouse. “Who knew he had all that inside him?”

Saint Bernards were often pictured as rescuers in early cartoons, carrying supplies to people lost in snowy mountain ranges. Draw your own Saint Bernard using this step-by-step tutorial. See the drawing tutorial.

This tutorial breaks down a portrait of a howling wolf into simple shapes and lines. When completed, your wolf can remain a line drawing, or you can copy the shading techniques for a more detailed picture. See the drawing tutorial.

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Domestic dogs display more diversity than any other animal species. There are at least three hundred and thirty-nine dog breeds currently in existence, in addition to more than thirty wild canine species. They range in height from a mere six inches to over six feet. The smallest dogs can recline in a teacup even as adults, while the largest weigh hundreds of pounds. Dogs can learn hundreds of verbal and non-verbal commands, ranking them among the smartest animals in the world.

While similar to the previous tutorial, this video shows another way of turning a word into a drawing. Begin by writing the lowercase letters d, o, and g on your paper. Then, follow along as the artist connects the lines and adds embellishments. This d-o-g is a bit fancier than the last.

Labrador retrievers, or labs, are among the most popular dogs kept as pets. These energetic dogs were bred to retrieve items from the water – thus the name retriever. This simple video tutorial will aid you in drawing a realistic Labrador retriever. Labs often come in three color forms – black, yellow, and chocolate brown – so don’t forget to shade your finished drawing.

This brief video tutorial will show you how to outline a dog using numbers. You will first write the number 553 twice on a piece of paper. Then, you will extend one line between each set of numbers, combining them into a single squiggly line. Add a few details such as an eye and a collar, and your dog is complete.

Scores of children’s animated films feature canine characters in the lead roles. Among the most notable are The Fox and the Hound (1981), Lady and the Tramp (1955), Oliver and Company (1988), One Hundred and One Dalmatians (1961), Balto (1995), All Dogs Go to Heaven (1989), Bolt (2008), and The Secret Life of Pets (2016). Numberless other stories have cast canines in supporting roles.

The bow is just an optional stylistic choice made by the artist for this article. If you don’t want your dog to have a bow, don’t draw one.

Mattel’s Barbie fashion dolls have been a hit with girls of all ages since 1959. Often, Barbie is given a furry friend. In this step-by-step drawing tutorial, you will learn to draw not only Barbie’s Daschund, with his blonde companion at his side. See the drawing tutorial.

This white dog with a lightning pattern in his fur is the title character of the film Bolt (2008). Follow the simple steps of this tutorial, noting that new lines are highlighted in red. See the drawing tutorial.

Draw his paws with a series of four rounded triangular shapes on the left and to the right side of his face.

In this collection of five easy, step-by-step tutorials, you will learn five different methods of drawing a dog. First, you can draw a sitting cartoon dog. The next tutorial covers a sitting hound dog – when shaded, he resembles a Doberman. Then, you can draw a standing cartoon dog, a traditional dog, and a realistic Doberman dog. See the drawing tutorial.

Look up pictures of the breed of your choice, and copy its facial details.

This dog is ready for the hunt! This video tutorial primarily uses just one line to for the shape of a standing dog in profile. Additional details are added to the line as the tutorial progresses. This video is fast paced, so feel free to slow the video speed in the settings tab.

Snoopy is perhaps one of the most famous dogs around. Charlie Brown’s beagle first appeared in the Peanuts comic strip in 1950. Now you can draw him, too. See the drawing tutorial.

Pluto has been the faithful companion of Mickey Mouse and friends for nearly one hundred years. You can draw this yellow dog using this simple tutorial. See the drawing tutorial.

The title character from the film Balto (1995) was a hybrid, half wolf and half dog. He was based on a true story of a fearless sled dog team who saved the children of a small Alaskan village by delivering vital medicine. Now, you can draw this canine hero. See the drawing tutorial.

This simple, step-by-step drawing tutorial involves only five steps, adding lines and shapes to the large circle that comprises the dog’s head. See the drawing tutorial.

Designed with kids in mind, this video tutorial shows how to draw a happy cartoon dog, step-by-step.

Draw some ears. They can be floppy, pointy, however you want them!

Emojis are everywhere, from text messages and emails to pillows and pool floats. Now, you can draw your own dog face emoji, using this simple tutorial. Note that new lines are shown in red and previous lines in blue, while guide lines fade to grey. See the drawing tutorial.

Wolves are large canines, heavier than most other dogs and possessing larger feet. Wolves, in fact, are the ancestors of domestic dogs, having been domesticated thousands of years ago. Learn to draw a realistic wolf using this easy, step-by-step guide, along with the instructional video. See the drawing tutorial.

Lady, the pampered cocker spaniel, and the street wise Tramp, may be two of Disney’s most beloved canine characters (Lady and the Tramp, 1955). Famous for sharing a plate of spaghetti to the tune of “That’s Amore,” Lady and the Tramp are now easy to draw. This “speed drawing” video tutorial can be slowed to 0.25 in the settings tab in order to follow along at a leisurely pace.

Tom and Jerry’s games of cat and mouse often involved canine characters, too. Draw Spike, the tough bulldog. See the drawing tutorial.

Some of the tutorials also teach shading techniques. Furthermore, dogs come in a variety of colors – ranging from black, white, and brown to shades of orange, gold, and grayish blue – so you may also want to use crayons, colored pencils, markers, or paints to complete your drawing.

Would you like to draw you very own dog? Whether you would like to sketch a cute cartoon or draw a caricature of your own pet, we have got the drawing tutorials for you.

This artist specializes in caricature drawing, and this style can be seen in this canine drawing video tutorial.

Español: dibujar una cara de perro, Português: Desenhar o Rosto de um Cachorro, Deutsch: Ein Hundegesicht zeichnen, Italiano: Disegnare il Muso di un Cane, Français: dessiner une tête de chien, Русский: нарисовать собачью морду, Bahasa Indonesia: Menggambar Wajah Seekor Anjing

Minecraft is a popular video game in which participants sculpt characters and worlds from blocks of various elements mined from the game world’s ground. Even the animals in this fictional world consist of multicolored cubes. This video tutorial will help you draw a Minecraft dog or wolf, using rectangles, squares, and straight lines.

This video tutorial utilizes both an adult artist and a child following along, step by step. This tutorial is done using markers, so erasing guide lines is not necessary. Also included is an easy guide to shading your finished drawing.

Draw a circular shape and two floppy ears. Add also a vertical and horizontal line on the circular shape to serve as your guidelines. Make sure to use them as they will really help.

Since dogs have long been a part of our culture, it is no wonder that they have often appeared in our art as well. Figures of dogs have been observed in early cave paintings, dated to 4500 B.C. Dogs feature prominently as guards in ancient mythologies, including Greek, Norse, Persian, Philippine, Chinese, and Hindu mythologies. These canines are often depicted alongside gods and goddesses.

Outline your drawing. Use a black pen or marker to ink over your penciled sketch. After outlining your drawing, clean it up by erasing your penciled sketch and guidelines.

Dogs have infiltrated the modern mythology of popular culture as well. The collie named Lassie and the German shepherd Rin Tin Tin were the stars of books, movies, and television series during the early days of film. Huckleberry Hound was a popular comic book character.

In this video tutorial, a professional cartoonist demonstrates how to draw the head of a springer spaniel. This tutorial produces a more detailed drawing that some of the others, and is therefore a great way to expand your drawing skills.

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Below, you will find a collection of the best dog drawing guides available on the internet. Learn to draw sitting dogs, standing dogs, cute dogs, silly dogs, and a number of dog breeds and cartoon characters.

Courage is the not-so-brave star of Cartoon Network’s Courage the Cowardly Dog. Don’t be afraid – he’s easy to draw with this tutorial. See the drawing tutorial.

Short on time? If so, this is the video tutorial for you. Using simple lines, you will craft a sad-faced, droopy-eared dog in a matter of minutes.

In this video tutorial, the artist has chosen six radically different dog breeds. He aims to “break down the geometry of the dog” into simple shapes. Using this technique, and practicing with the tutorials presented, will equip you with the skills to draw any dog breed you wish.

This tutorial utilizes a traditional method of drawing faces, and adapts it to drawing a dog. You will begin by drawing a circle crossed by two parallel lines, which will serve as guide lines as you draw the Chihuahua’s face. This smallest of dogs will make a cute addition to your dog drawing portfolio.

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Jack Russell Terriers are small, spotted dogs. This tutorial uses a marker, so the erasing of guide lines will not be necessary. The artist also shares facts about the Jack Russell Terrier. For example, did you know that this high energy dog was bred in England for the purpose of hunting foxes?

In this tutorial from Crayola, you will explore how the dog’s anatomy can be depicted using simple shapes. Beginning with circles for the head, shoulders, and hips, you will connect the shapes using lines to form a realistically proportioned dog. See the drawing tutorial.

You can use a live dog as a model, or you can search for an image online and draw based on that template.

Make a small stick figure in the center of your drawing area. Add small legs but no arms.

Draw a circle around the stick figure. Make sure none of the stick’s body parts or dots touch the circle.

The clue-hunting dog Blue starred in one of Nick Jr.’s biggest children’s’ entertainment hits of the 1990’s. Now, you can draw Blue. This easy tutorial will provide your with plenty of helpful clues along the way. See the drawing tutorial.

African wild dogs, also called painted wolves, are a unique dog species that hunts in packs of up to forty individuals. Their splotchy brown, black, and white coloring makes them stand out among both wild and domestic dog breeds. Use this tutorial to craft your very own wild dog. See the drawing tutorial.

During the Middle Ages and the Renaissance era, hunting scenes – which included dogs in pursuit of their quarry – were popular subjects for paintings. During the 1700s, wealthy British families often purchased painted portraits of there canine companions. Perhaps the most famous canine themed art is the series of sixteen oil paintings called Dogs Playing Poker, begun in 1894 by artist Cassius Marcellus Coolidge.

This easy tutorial will teach you to draw the canine character Max from the animated film The Secret Life of Pets (2016). Interestingly, each line that you draw is actually a letter or a number. Follow along with the artist as he turns his paper this way and that in order to draw the numbers and letters at the correct angle.

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