How to Draw a Schnauzer

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A Schnauzer is a really cute bearded dog. Draw a Schnauzer with help from an artist in this free video clip.

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Hi, my name is Daisy. I'm an artist and today I'm going to show you how to draw a Schnauzer. They're really cute bearded dogs. So we're going to start with the body, really simple shapes. Just an oval and a circle, connect them with a little bit of a curved line, same for underneath and this will be the rib cage and this will be the start of the back of the leg and the back leg will come down like so to a paw. And these guys are pretty little fluffy things so we'll give them a little bit of hair and the tail is a little curved triangle that comes out. And the front legs taper down with little lines into a paw. I'm going to do the back legs and the legs behind so this is the front leg as well behind the dog so it's going to be in a different level to this front one and the same with this one. And they just taper into paws. You can even shade these guys a little bit so that makes them look like they're behind. Now we need the head. The head is going to start up here and draw a circle for the shape to start the neck. The neck comes down pretty much where the front leg is and get some hair in there and then these guys have a big front beard. You're just going to draw a leg that comes down, a line that goes here and I'm just going to draw the beard in with a lot of little lines because that's a big factor of these dogs and then we have a little eye, get rid of some of these lines that we used to help us get the main shape going. And then last but not least we've got little ears that are sit back in their head, a little nose at the front and there we go. If we just want to give him a little bit more fur, just a lot of little lines. Make him look really cute and fluffy. And there we go. My name is Daisy and that's how you draw a Schnauzer.


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