We all know that dogs love to play, jump and have fun – and this is a wonderful sight for any animal lover to see. To help bring this to life, let’s learn how to draw our very own cure jumping dog – let’s get started!
Step-By-Step Images and Instructions
Begin by grabbing a black pen, and drawing a small half circle shape in the right side of your page. Make the lines a little thicker until you have a small gap in the middle.
Bring two curved lines down, and reach these across to the sides…
And then add a small “u” shape to the bottom for a tongue. Add a small, vertical line to the center of this.
Next, add an oval shape above the nose, and fill this in with the black pen, leaving a small dot at the top. Then, add a curved “arrow” shape to the right of this.
Create two pointed ears, and join these with a curved line in the center…
And then add two smaller triangle shapes inside this.
Bring curved lines down on either side to form the side of the face, and then add two “points”.
Add a second point below the first on both sides, and then curve the sides of the face in towards the center.
Bring a curved line across to the left, and then down slightly…
And then add two curved lines, ending in a point, to create the tail!
Now, add a “c” shape to the end of the line for a back paw, with a short curve on the other side of this. Add a few short marks to the paw to create toes.
Now, bring a curved line across to the right to create the tummy…
And add another paw to the right end of this line.
Draw another paw just behind the first, complete with small toes, and connect this to the bottom of the face.
Draw the final, fourth leg.
And then add a series of short, sharp horizontal marks behind the ears, tail, and back leg of your dog, to create the illusion of jumping.
Use a black fineliner pen to add a looping shape to the face…
And then to add patches to the paws and tummy.
Fill in the top of your dog with the orange pen…
And then use a red pen for the tongue.
Finally, grab a pink pen and use this to fill in the ears.
And there we have it – your very own super cute dog, jumping for the sheer joy of it – what could be better than that?