How to Draw a Dog Stretched Out

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Drawing a dog that is stretched out requires you to keep a few specific things in mind. Learn how to draw a dog stretched out with help from an illustrator in this free video clip.

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Video Transcript

Hi my name is Eric. I'm an artist and I'm going to show you how to draw a dog stretched out. Okay let's first start by drawing the dog's head, just kind of keeping it loose right now, draw that, draw its nose in here. Okay now let's actually draw it stretched out. Let's make this more of a bulldog type dog so it's less, it has very short hair and it's more wrinkled than anything, come here with its mouth, bring this up, whoop, I don't know if I'm so fond of that line yet. And then it has little lips puckered up, then bring more there, draw its eye. Now let's bring, there's another fold here, bring its little paws out, one paw there, bring this paw out, this paw here, wrap some of that dog's body around bring this around, draw this fold, bring that up there, bring this down. It's a pretty fat bulldog, give it some leg there. Then this line is too long for what I'd like so I'm going to bring it up here, give it a tail and actually I think you'd see the leg a little bit more there, show the baseline of where you're looking at the dog from, give it this eye, give it this eye, bring this down, give it some more folds, tons of dog folds going on here, bring this down, give the dog little pupils, bring this down and into its ears and that is how you draw a dog stretching out.


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