How to Draw a Dog, Step by Step: Pug Dog Drawing for Kids

How to Draw a Dog, Step by Step: Pug Dog Drawing for Kids


Welcome to Caroline’s Cuties. I draw cute and easy everything. Be sure to subscribe and hit that bell icon
so you won’t miss anything. How to draw is on Saturdays and Dance & Draw
is on Wednesdays. Today, we’re learning how to draw a dog. A cute pug dog, so let’s get started. We’ll start with a pug’s left cheek, with
a line going down and we’ll make it a little shaky, break it up a bit to suggest fur. Now make a little bump right here because
you wanna get those wrinkles going. I’ll extend the bump just a little bit. And another bump, below the first one and
I’ll extend this one as well. We’ll make that fun curly tail next. Begin at about the same place as the second
bump out but move to the left just a little, to make room for your curvy tail. Then you’ll wanna curve around. And guess what? I’m gonna extend this line a little bit as
well. Now we’ll make that pudgy leg. He’s got some serious skin flaps. Notice that the skin flap looks like a curvy
check mark. So we’ll bump out this curve and then go back
up, but then make a backwards letter C that’s kind of eating up the skin flap line. I’m starting his foot in the middle of the
skin flap line and I’ll make a small letter S and then I’m gonna curve around here and
close it up. For the front legs, I’ll start about here
and make an incomplete letter V. And I’ll make another letter V, but this time, I’ll
start slightly higher, going down to make the V, then back up again, moving my line
out and up. I’ll start the next wrinkle so that it’s somewhat
balanced with the wrinkles on the other side of the pug. Start low and then bump out, just a bit like
this. Now we’ll curve in ever so slightly and make
two tiny lines for the fur. Start the right side of the pug’s face at
about the same place you started the left side. Going down and then bump out slightly for
the cheek. We’ll draw an ear, starting here with a little
hill going up and then a shaky slanted line going over and follow that with a line, starting
about here, going straight and then moving toward the other line. And we’ll just color that in with our marker. I’m going to define the head a bit more with
this wavy little line here and a wavy little line here. Now for the other ear, we’ll make a triangle
that starts all the way up here, drawing a slightly slanted line across and then, make
a kind of bumpy line down, going in. We’ll close it off by starting about here
and going down. We’ll make a little bump here just to define
that floppy ear look a little better. We’ll make the top of his head by drawing
a pretty thick line going across and slightly up where the middle of his head and we’ll
stop to make a few little lines for the fur. And then kinda close that up with a little
bump here and there you have it. Fill in the other ear, leaving the inside
of the ear uncolored. And, we’re gonna make those cute little eyes
that arcs a little, these are kinda big eyes but they’re very far apart. First make a big circle, then an inner circle
off toward the side and fill in the bigger circle. His nose is just crazy small for his face,
but I think it looks really cute, so, make a tiny little upside down triangle for his
nose. Remember to leave a little white spot so that
his nose looks shiny. For that sad face, make an upside down V and
follow that with just a very small line for the lip. Now, stop here and decide if you like him
just like this and maybe you don’t wanna do anything else to him and that will be perfectly
okay too, I think he looks cute just like this. But if you want to, you can add another leg
over here, just with a little bump going out and then I’ll make a little curve line for
his foot. I’m just gonna give him one more wrinkle on
his back, why not. I’ll draw the middle part of his bow tie,
quite a ways below his mouth, by drawing a little hill. Now that I know where the middle is, I’ll
make the left side of the bow by drawing a line down and another line at a slant going
towards the center. Make another slanted line going up, so that
the two sides kind of mirror each other and then, a line going down and make a bit of
a triangle here. We’ll finish off the middle part and put a
few lines in the middle, to make it look like the bow is poofy. We’ll close off the left side and close off
the middle a bit. This is definitely a polka dot bow tie kind
of pug. So let’s get some polka dots on there. I think I want this front leg to be extended
just a little bit, so I’m gonna do that. Really, I think he looks cute either way though
and that’s it. Hey, thanks for watching, you guys. If you like this video, punch that like button,
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