how to draw a boxer puppy, boxer puppy

How to Draw a Boxer Puppy, Boxer Puppy

Step 1.

Make a circle for the head of the boxer, and add the facial guidelines.

Step 2.

Shape out the sides of the face and then draw in the circular muzzle. Draw an upside down heart for the jowls.

Step 3.

Here you will draw out the top of the head and as you can see the head is sort of flat. Sketch out the long droopy ears, and if you're saying to yourself "boxers have long ears?", the answer is, yes they do. Long ears is natural for this dog breed before owners decide to have them clipped.

Step 4.

Using the face guides, you need to draw out the large oblong eyes, and then draw in the nose. Add some nostrils, and then sketch in a few creases in between the eyes, and snout. Lastly, draw out the cute friendly tongue gesture.

Step 5.

Draw out the body, and when you do this be sure to make the entire outline smaller than the head. Add some bumps for the contours of the body.

Step 6.

Simply draw out the paws and be sure to make the paws arched and thick. As you know the boxer breed is a large dog.

Step 7.

Draw out the back legs and paws, and then draw in the short tail. Erase the lines and shapes that you drew in step one to clean up this adorable drawing.

Step 8.

Here is the line art when you are all done. Now you can color in your puppy, and you are all done.

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Uploaded: August 30, 2011
Artist: Dawn
Difficulty: Novice  Novice Skill Level
Steps: 8
Updated: August 30, 2011
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Artist comments

Ok guys, time for another puppy that was requested by a few members at DragoArt. In this lesson, I will be showing you “how to draw a bulldog puppy”, step by step. I had a lot of fun drawing this during one of my livestreams; lots of people enjoyed watching the process of this animal. The total time to create this drawing was 45 minutes, since I had to quickly get other tutorials done, so being on time is essential. Get your paper, pencils, and erasers ready for a full awesome lesson on one of everyone's favorite dog breed, the Boxer dog. Boxer dogs are like slimmer versions of Pitbulls, which are stubby little fat chubbles. Anyways, take your time with drawing, take precautions when making lines, inks, color choices, and you should be totally fine. Don't forget to leave me some feedback on how you and I did. Send me a link to your drawn version so I can see how you did! Thanks for viewing and have fun with this tutorial.