When the man began to draw,rupestrian paintings, Egyptian and Greek drawings. The origins of technical drawing.
Erase excess lines of the different parts of the body, leaving only the outlined ones.
Add the details of the head and a nice necklace with its medal.
Now draw the spot of the tail and the other spots of the hind legs.
Also detail the forelegs.
Notice how we mark the leg muscles using small marks.
Finish the pencil drawing with the last details, adding realism to your drawing: Body spots and some hair raised by the collar.
Paint the picture using 3 different tonalities of brown color.
We chose red for the necklace, but you can use your favorite color.
Finish the drawing painting the footpad and adding hair shadows with a darker color.
Erase the excess lines.
Realise again how we have prolonged the skech lines of the legs towards the body...now our dog has much more volume!
Start detailing the dog's head, adding the visible eye, the nose and the snout spot.
Draw the necklace.
We have just finished the visible hind leng.
Draw the spots of the foreleg, mark the muscles and the paws.
On your left you can see the finished drawing of the dog.
We have added the last spots and the details of the hair.
Use the same color pattern to liven up the dog drawing.
Add the shadows to finish the drawing.
Since the light comes from above, the shadow appears under the animal.
As we have done so far, we have to remove the excess lines.
Continue detailing the head and the collar.
Notice how the collar "embraces" the dog's neck, thus it is drawn curved.
Now, draw the back legs and the tail.
It is the turn of the hind legs.
Finish the drawing adding spots and hair details.
Being the same dog, it has the same colors.
Because light is coming from above, shadow is painted under the body of the dog.
And we already have our full color dog!