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It’s time to draw dogs! Let’s learn how to draw a dog with this easy step by step tutorial. Simple, fast and fun!
In just six easy to follow steps you will learn how to draw a cute sitting dog. If your kids like cartoons, they will surely love this one.
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We love how our collection of easy drawing tutorials keeps growing. We have already learned how to draw many different animals and objects together and I am very excited to share this puppy drawing tutorial with you.
This one is designed to be super simple, making it easy for both kids and adults to draw an adorable cartoon style dog.
As with our other tutorials of this type, you can get the printable version with all the steps at the end so you can practice wherever you like (or use it in class).
How to draw a dog – step by step guided drawing
What do you need
- our printable dog drawing (you can get it at the end of the tutorial)
- marker or pencil
Instructions for drawing dogs
Start by drawing an oval shape. You can make it a perfect oval or make it a little more “square”. There’s nothing to complain about when it’s rounder. This will be the muzzle.
Continue making an inverted U over the oval drawn earlier. This will be the head. Do your nose too. You can make it round or more triangular.
Draw the ears. We think floppy or folded ears are best, but feel free to draw spikes, buttons, or any other shape you like.
Let’s finish the dog’s face. Draw two points for the eyes and two arcs above the eyes for the eyebrows. Draw a straight line for the muzzle and a wavy line for the mouth.
Also do the front pair of legs.
Time for the body!
Finally, draw a pair of back legs and a curled tail.
Congratulations, you have learned to draw a dog.
After you’ve finished drawing your dog, it’s time to color it.
Get the dog led drawings to print here
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