Of all working dogs, the husky is typically picked as one of the most popular options. Their stunning looks, distinctive eyes, and friendly natures make them a much-wanted pet and a much-appreciated member of the canine family. As an added bonus, huskies are also super smart – by can they really dab? Let’s bring the fantasy to life in just a few short steps!
Step-By-Step Images and Instructions
Begin with a black liner, and draw two upside-down “V” shapes, both gently curved, connected by a curved line in the middle.
Close the bottom of the “V” shaped with a jagged line, creating the bottom of the ears.
Now, add two curved, parallel lines just below the left-hand ear. At the right-hand end of these lines, add two vertical lines, at an angle, and connect the ends with a curved line to create a paw.
Return to the jagged lines of the ears, and extend these down lightly on both sides.
Add a jagged “flame” shape to the top of the paw…
And another extending out to the right.
In this shape, add an almond shape with a small dot at the top – the eye of your husky is peeking out!
Now, add another set of jagged lines around this on the right and left-hand sides.
Add a small “lightning bolt” shape below the eye…
And a semicircle below the paw. Above this, add a three-sided shape, with the sides curved at the top meeting the bottom of the paw.
Next, add a “t-shirt” shape immediately below this semicircle…
And a curved “W” shape below this, with the point of the “W” in the center of the bottom of the “T-shirt”.
Connect the bottom halves of this shape together with a curved line to create a mouth…
And extend the lines above this out and up towards the ears.
Now, add two more “triangle” shapes with no tips – one on either side of the mouth.
Return to the jagged line on the right-hand side, and continue this down, adding another line parallel to the first, continuing the zigzag until the lines meet at the bottom in a point.
Add a long line, heading up at a 45-degree angle towards the top right-hand corner of the page, and bring this down in a curved line at the end.
Add another “paw” to this shape, and bring the bottom line back in and across to the left, parallel with the one at the top.
Return to the left-hand side, and add two “points” to the bottom of the line, before continuing the curve across – this will be tufts of fur.
Next, add two parallel lines to the end of the “tufts”, and extend these along slightly. Draw another jagged area to the top line.
Bring a horizontal line across from the right-hand arm. From this, add a jagged line down at a diagonal, bringing it across slightly to the right at the end.
Add another tuft, this time heading downwards, just underneath the short horizontal line you created.
Next, add two more points, again heading down, to the section at the very bottom of the left-hand arm.
Next, bring another jagged line down vertically from this point, heading towards the bottom of your page.
Create a point at the top of this, and bring another jagged line down, parallel with the left one, and connect the ends with another zigzag.
Return to the right, and bring another jagged line down at a slight curve, ending level with that on the left-hand side.
Now, add another line parallel to this, just outside the first.
Add a curved line to the bottom of these sections, but do not connect them.
From the left-hand end of this line, bring two curved lines down to create a leg, and join them at the bottom with a straight, horizontal line. Add two small marks to create another paw.
Repeat this on the right-hand side, giving you all four legs and paws…
And bring the jagged line on the inside of the right leg right down to the bottom of the shape.
Repeat this on the inside of the left-hand leg, adding another jagged line.
Now, add two curved lines, both jagged in nature, curving up and across on the right-hand side to create the tail of your husky.
Add another line in the center of this tail…
And then use a black pen to fill in the nose and the areas around the eyes.
Grab a cyan pen, and fill in the space in the center of the eye…
Before using a gray pen to fill in the main body and ears of the husky – leave the outside sections white for the moment.
Grab a gray, and add color to the insides of the ears…
Before using a black pen to fill in the outside spaces and complete your look.
And there you have it – your very own dabbing husky. Now, there is a sight you likely never expected to see…