Learn how to draw a great looking Dog Barking with easy, step-by-step drawing instructions, and video tutorial.
By following the simple steps, you too can easily draw a perfect Dog Barking.
"You will never reach your destination if you stop and throw stones at every dog that barks." - Winston Churchill, famous statesman
Would you like to learn how to draw a dog barking? This easy, step-by-step pet drawing tutorial can help you complete the dog barking outline.
Scroll down for a downloadable PDF of this tutorial.
Can you tell that this dog is barking? How can that be, when you can't actually hear the sound of the bark?
Well, the dog's mouth is wide open. There are also lines coming from the mouth, like those often used to indicate movement in a two-dimensional picture. Here, they represent the movement of sound waves.
The dog in our illustration could be a dog of almost any breed.
He might be a cartoon mutt living on a city street, an Australian shepherd herding sheep, or a loyal German shepherd protecting its family. (Learn how to draw a German shepherd.)
It all depends on how you color him.
See also, Drawing a Wolf Head for Kids.
Step-by-Step Instructions for Drawing a Dog Barking
How to Draw a Great Looking Dog Barking for Kids, Beginners, and Adults - Step 1
1. Begin the dog barking outline by sketching the face. Draw an irregular round shape for the nose. Then, use overlapping curved lines to form the wrinkled skin on top of the snout.
Next, use curved lines to draw the half-circle-shaped eyes and the brows above them. Shade a partial circle in each eye to indicate the pupil.
Easy Dog Barking Drawing - Step 2
2. Use a large "C" shaped line to draw the open mouth. Connect it to the center and side of the nose with short lines. Then, draw the triangular teeth.
Easy Dog Barking Drawing - Step 3
3. Use curved lines to draw the tongue and the teeth on the bottom half of the mouth. Then sketch the lower jaw and contour the lip with a short line.
Easy Dog Barking Drawing - Step 4
4. Use a curved line to complete the far side of the open mouth. Use curved lines to trace the irregularly shaped teeth. Then, use curved lines that meet at a point to draw the triangular ear.
Detail inside the ear with another curved line. Then, use short lines that meet at jagged points to draw the top of the head and the fur beside the ear.
Easy Dog Barking Drawing - Step 5
5. Use curved lines to outline the remaining ear. Use a series of curved lines to draw a tuft of fur inside the ear, at the side of the face, and on the neck. Contour the side of the snout with short lines.
Easy Dog Barking Drawing - Step 6
6. Draw the dog's leg. Use a long curved line and double it back on itself.
Draw short lines at the front of the paw, and use lines that meet at points to form a tuft of fur on the elbow. Then use curved lines to sketch the chest and belly.
Easy Dog Barking Drawing - Step 7
7. Draw fur at the back of the neck using short lines that meet at jagged points. Then, extend a long curved line to trace the back, rump, and hind leg.
Complete the leg by doubling the line back upon itself and allowing it to intersect the line of the belly. Detail the paw with short lines.
Add More Details to Your Dog Barking Picture - Step 8
8. Use curved lines to trace the remaining legs. Detail the paw with short lines. Add a furry texture to the body using short, overlapping lines.
Complete the Outline of Your Dog Barking Drawing - Step 9
9. Complete your dog barking outline by drawing the tail. Use curved lines that meet at jagged points. Then draw three straight lines in front of the mouth.
Color Your Dog Barking Drawing
Color your cartoon of a barking dog. We've shaded ours in light and dark gray so that he resembles a snarling wolf.
For more easy, cartoony drawing tutorials, see the collection of Beginner Tutorials for Drawing Adorable Cartoons.
For all dog and canine drawings, see the Step-by-Step Drawing Tutorials for Kids and Beginners to Draw Dogs page.
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