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How to Draw a Rottweiler
Step 1. Start this first step by drawing out the shapes and guidelines for the Rottweiler. Start by drawing a circle for the head and body and then add the facial and body guidelines. You will then draw the guidelines for the limbs as shown to you here.
Step 2. Now as you can see you will now start to sketch out the top portion of the dog starting with the ears. then you will start sketching in the shape of their beady looking eyes as well as their mouth line. Then you will move a bit to the left and draw the line for the hind area. Lastly, draw the shapes of the two front and one back leg don't forget the paws as seen here.
Step 3. Now you will work a little on the face first by sketching in the eye shapes and then the lining for the snout as well as the nose and tongue. Next draw out the shape of the neck on the right side and then finish the shape lining of the Rottweiler's front leg and paw. After you do that you can then start lining out the hind leg and paw.
Step 4. As you can see you are almost done with this tutorial. What you will be doing in this next step is first sketch out the markings lining that a Rottweiler has. You will then start sketching the hind quarters including the hind left leg and paw and then the right front leg and paw. Detail and define the chest with some muscle lines and then finish the lining for the left ear.
Step 5. In this last drawing strep you will first erase all the guidelines and shapes that you drew in step one for the Rottweiler dog. Now you will add the pupils and eyebrows. Then sketch out the final lining for the ears and then define the neck with some loose skin. You will end this step by sketching in the rest of the markings on the chest and legs. Don't forget to give this dog his claws or nails.
Step 6. When you are completely done your dog should come out looking like the one you see here. That is it you are done now. All you have to do is color him in and call it a day. You have just learned how to draw a Rottweiler dog step by step. I will be back in a bot with more. so stick around gang cause I'm not going anywhere yet!
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September 23, 2008Artist: DawnDifficulty:
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I am so excited right now because I am doing a tutorial on probably one of my top three favorite dogs of all time. I chose to do this tutorial because my mom and I where looking at old pictures of when I was a kid (like around two years old) and we came across a picture of me standing next to my gigantic dog Bear. Bear was my first dog as a child but I vaguely remember him. He used to sit on the porch with me when I was young to literally protect me. Since I loved this dog, I decided to show you all "how to draw a Rottweiler", step by step. Bear was at least a good 160 pounds and he was all muscle. He was such a beautiful dog with real nice markings. My parents didn’t get him as a puppy though. Instead they adopted him from a couple that lived in another city. They were giving Bear away due to the fact that they couldn’t breed him with their female rotti because the two dogs just didn’t get along. Bear flew in from Texas to the guy we got him from; he kept him for six months and then put an ad in the paper for a new owner. My parents got Bear when he was two years old and had him for only a short period. Even though Bear looked like a black bear he was as gentle as a baby. He would rather bark at squirrels instead of people. So one day we let him out on the porch like we always use to do right before we walked him, came out to get him and he was gone. My parents think that someone stole him because he was so friendly and beautiful. We searched within minutes for him but never turned up any results. Rottweilers are a calm, confident and courageous dog with a self-assured personality. They thrive one being the protector of his masters home and family as well as being a good guardian and friend as well. These dogs where originally bred to be a working dog which explains their massive muscle structure and built. Female Rottweiler’s are not as robust as the males but they are just as protective and strong. In this tutorial you will learn "how to draw a Rottweiler", step by step. The instructions will help make drawing this dog easily. I will be back with more so stick around gang.