Learn how to draw a great looking Cute German Shepherd Dog with easy, step-by-step drawing instructions, and video tutorial. You can now easily create a beautiful Cute German Shepherd Dog drawing.
German shepherds are popular herding dogs known for their intelligence, loyalty, and courage. You can learn how to draw a cute German shepherd dog with the help of this easy canine drawing guide!
German shepherds are working dogs. They're easy to train and eager to please, so they often work in the military and as police dogs. They are also popular family pets.
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Step-by-Step Instructions for Drawing a Cute German Shepherd Dog
How to Draw a Great Looking Cute German Shepherd Dog for Kids, Beginners, and Adults - Step 1
1. Begin by drawing the dog's face. Use two curved lines to sketch each eye. Then, shade a circle within each eye to form the pupils. Draw an irregular rounded shape for the nose, and use curved lines to draw the snout around it. Connect the nose to the front of the snout with a short line.
Easy Cute German Shepherd Dog Drawing - Step 2
2. Next, draw the sides of the dog's head, complete with tufts of fur. Use long and short lines that meet at jagged points. Use a curved line for the lower jaw, and contour the nose with another curved line. Shade two small circles on the nose to indicate the nostrils.
Easy Cute German Shepherd Dog Drawing - Step 3
3. Draw the shepherd's triangular ears. Use long curved lines. Note the furry texture at the base of the ears, created using a series of curved lines that meet at jagged points. Connect the ears at the top of the head using a curved line. Then, use thick, overlapping curved lines to draw the eyebrows.
Easy Cute German Shepherd Dog Drawing - Step 4
4. Contour each ear with a long curved line and a series of short "U" shaped lines. Then, begin drawing the dog's furry chest. Outline each side using a series of long and short curved lines that meet at jagged points.
Easy Cute German Shepherd Dog Drawing - Step 5
5. Draw the dog's leg and paw using a series of curved lines. Note the jagged furry pattern at the elbow and the overlapping lines that form the toes. Then, extend a curved line on each side of the paw. This will become the pup's chew toy or dog bone.
Easy Cute German Shepherd Dog Drawing - Step 6
6. Draw the remaining leg and paw using a series of overlapping curved lines. Contour the chest with jagged series of curved lines.
Easy Cute German Shepherd Dog Drawing - Step 7
7. Draw the rear leg using a series of curved lines. Notice the furry texture on the front of the leg. Don't forget the short line between the front and rear legs that encloses the belly.
Add More Details to Your Cute German Shepherd Dog Picture - Step 8
8. Draw a long, curved line from the shoulder to outline the back and the top of the tail. Then, use a series of short curved lines that meet at jagged points to indicate the furry underside of the tail and finish enclosing the figure.
Complete the Outline of Your Cute German Shepherd Dog Drawing - Step 9
9. Give the German shepherd a furry texture. Use a series of lines around the eyes and across the chest, side, leg, and tail.
Color Your Cute German Shepherd Dog Drawing
Color your cute cartoon German shepherd. Most German shepherds are black and tan. Some are solid black or solid white. Others have patches of white, blonde, or reddish-brown.
For more great Dog drawing tutorials, see the 50 Easy to Draw Dog Drawing Tutorials post.
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