I received an e-mail to do a tutorial on another Webkinz animal. For those of you that didn't know, yes I do make drawing lessons on the very popular Webkinz plush toys. I will now fulfill your request on “how to draw German Shepherd”. My sister has a bunch of these cute stuffed animals and for some reason I kind of see why they are so addictive. They look just like the real animals that they are supposed to be but in a toyish way, and they feel so good when you hold them in your hands. The texture of a Webkinz animal varies with each toy. For instance, my thirteen year old sister has a “Lil' Kinz”, and it feels soft but it has material that looks spiky or stringy for the fur. I was so happy when I received this request because not only are these toys fun to draw, I actually have two German Shepherds myself. One is solid black and his name is Bear, the other is black and silver, and her name is Nena . Well the silver really looks like a creamy tan color, but when she was three months old the coat did look like silver. Anyways, because this is a plushy all I can really give you for a description is what I already wrote. I think it's time for me to shut up so you can get started on this very cute, very simple tutorial on “how to draw German Shepherd, step by step”. When you're done you can go all out and color in your drawing the same color of your very own GSD that you may have, or the color of the dog you want to have. Either way it should be fun. Peace out guys and happy drawing!