How to Draw a Dog Eating Food

We all know that our canine pals enjoy their food – and this is an activity that many of them will prioritize over all others! Ready to create your own adorable, hungry pooch? Then we have the steps you need!


Tutorial Video


Step-By-Step Images and Instructions

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Start with a black pen, and add a slightly angled rectangle to the left of your page, with the edges slightly curved.


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Add three small circles to this shape.


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Bring a curved line across from the top to the left, and add a pointed ear to the left of this. Bring a curved line down, and then add another curved, pointed ear at the bottom.


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Add another curved, pointed shape below the top ear…


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And then add a “backwards L” shape to the bottom of this.


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Add another “loop” below this for the tongue, and then add a curved line to the left to create the outline of the nose.


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Bring a line up from the top right corner of the nose, and then take this up towards the top left-hand corner, then across down and up to another “point”, and down and across to the right.


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Add an oval inside the “bump” on the left.


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Now, bring a line across from the back of the collar, heading across to the right.


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Add a pointed tail to the end of this…


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Bring a curved line down from the bottom of the tail, and then add a wide “arrow” to the bottom of this.


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Bring the line across to the left, and then loop it across to the right, and back up and across towards the top left-hand corner of the page to form the back leg.


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Bring a line across from here, and then add another leg to the front.


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Add another front leg just behind this one…


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Add another leg behind the one at the back…


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Add a curved linejust above the bottom of the body, creating the tummy of your dog.


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Add a small triangle to the inside of the front ear…


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And then stars to the front of the dog.


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Now, add a series of small circles to the bottom of the dogs face.


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Enclose these in a large oval…


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Bring a curved line down from the sides, and join these at the bottom with a curved line.


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Use a black pen to shade the mouth, eyes and nose.


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Now, use a brown pencil to shade the main body of the dog, and a few pellets of food.


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Use a brown pen for a few more of the food pellets…


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And then use a light brown or dark orange pen for the tummy, the face and the ears.


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Shade the bowl with a black pencil…


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And then use a red pen for the collar and the tongue.


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Finally, use a yellow pen for the stars at the front.


And just like that, you have created your very own super cute pooch, enjoying a delicious dish – all he needs now is a name!

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