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How to Draw a Valentine
Step 1. Begin with the shapes of the head and body guides like you see here.
Step 2. Next, begin drawing out the puppy's face shape which is long, raggy styled hair. Instead of drawing a simple cleaned lined pooch, I wanted to make a different type of pup that looks more like a rag doll of sorts.
Step 3. Go ahead and draw the crinkled looking ears and then complete the shape of the head and face sticking with the ragged lining.
Step 4. Use the facial guidelines to draw out the big, cute puppy dog eyes and color in the pupils. When that is done you can draw the small heart shaped nose, the mouth and some freckle/whisker marks.
Step 5. Now that the face, ears and head is done you can draw the heart biscuit or treat that this dog is biting on and then draw the tuft of fur on the chest.
Step 6. We will draw in the body giving the puppy a shaggy, semi curled tail and then the rest of the body which is the back, hind legs and front legs & paws.
Step 7. Lastly, draw a box shape under the pup which is the Valentine card stamped with a heart. Erase the mistakes and guides.
Step 8. Here it is. A cute drawing on a Valentine. Go ahead and have fun coloring in your new piece of art.
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January 30, 2020Artist: DawnDifficulty:
January 31, 2020P.O.V:
Happy Friday folks and welcome back to another Valentine inspired lesson. As you can see from the image we will be learning how to draw a Valentine. Is your valentine super sweet, cute and loves giving hugs? Well what better way to show your valentine how much you love and appreciate them then by drawing a picture of a cute little puppy with a heart shaped nose and a heart treat in his/her mouth. I had a lot of fun with this lesson and I think you will too. So go ahead and draw a Valentine. You can alter the concept if you want by adding or taking away features. I will meet you all back here in a bit.