Learn how to draw a great looking Husky Face with easy, step-by-step drawing instructions, and video tutorial.
By following the simple steps, you too can easily draw a perfect Husky Face.
Would you like to have a howling good time with a pack of hard working canines? Celebrate your favorite dog breed with the help of this easy, step-by-step husky face drawing guide.
The Siberian husky is a working dog known for being loyal, outgoing, and mischievous. Like the Alaskan Malamute, huskies are known for their ability to work together to pull dog sleds across snowy terrain.
Huskies are similar to German shepherds in size and shape. Because they were bred in cold climates, they have thick coats of fur.
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All dogs are descended from wolves, but huskies look more like their ancestors than do any other dog breeds.
If you liked this husky face outline, check out our cartoon husky. You can draw up a whole sled dog team!
See also, Drawing a Husky for Kids.
Step-by-Step Instructions for Drawing a Husky Face
How to Draw a Great Looking Husky Face for Kids, Beginners, and Adults - Step 1
1. Begin the husky face outline by drawing the dog’s intense eyes. Use swooping curved lines to draw the furrowed brow. Then, enclose the nearly circular eyes. Within each eye, shade a small round pupil. Contour around and between the eyes using curved lines.
Easy Husky Face Drawing - Step 2
2. Enclose the dog’s irregularly shaped nose. Draw a vertical line within it and below it. Then, draw two “C” shaped lines and shade inside them to form the nostrils. Contour the sides of the nose and the fur below the eyes using short lines.
Easy Husky Face Drawing - Step 3
3. Use a long curved line to sketch the wolf dog’s upper lips. Use a jagged line to create the chin.
Easy Husky Face Drawing - Step 4
4. Draw one side of the husky’s head. Use a series of long and short curved lines that meet at jagged points, providing the appearance of fur.
Easy Husky Face Drawing - Step 5
5. Draw the opposite side of the dog’s face. Again, use a series of long and short curved lines that meet at jagged points to provide the appearance of fur.
Easy Husky Face Drawing - Step 6
6. Draw the husky’s erect ear. Use a long curved line and short, jagged lines to craft the outer edge of the ear. Then, detail inside it using a long curved line, prominent jagged lines, and short hatching lines.
Easy Husky Face Drawing - Step 7
7. Draw the remaining ear. Use a long curved line and short, jagged lines to craft the outer edge of the ear, then detail inside it using a long curved line, prominent jagged lines, and short hatching lines.
Add More Details to Your Husky Face Picture - Step 8
8. Connect the ears with a curved line, enclosing the top of the head. Then, begin sketching the pattern of the face. Use a series of short lines that meet at jagged points to sketch the maple leaf-like pattern.
Complete the Outline of Your Husky Face Drawing - Step 9
9. Complete your husky face outline by finishing the facial markings. Connect the markings above the eyes to the sides of the face using jagged lines.
Color Your Husky Face Drawing
Color your cartoon husky face. We’ve shaded ours black and white with icy blue eyes. He looks a bit like Steele from the animated film Balto. Huskies also come in shades of gray, tan, brown, and copper.
For more easy, cartoony drawing tutorials, see the collection of Beginner Tutorials for Drawing Adorable Cartoons Quickly.
For all dog and canine drawings, see the Step-by-Step Tutorials to Draw Dogs Perfectly Every Time page.
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