I suggest you complete another fascinating drawing lesson in which you will learn how to draw a Doberman step by step.
The lesson will be very useful for you and you will definitely be able to use the acquired skills in the future.
If you love dogs, then enjoy the new drawing lesson, which shows in detail how to draw a Doberman.
This is a medium-sized dog breed with well-developed musculature. Dobermans are friendly creatures that are very attached to the owner. They get along well with other pets in the house and are kind to children.
Distinctive features of the Doberman are a beautiful silhouette, a strong back, an oval-shaped chest, strong muscular limbs, a wedge-shaped head, high-set and erect ears. You see these features in the drawing, and you have to depict them in your drawing.
Your task is to consistently follow all the drawing steps and carefully draw the lines that are marked in red. Be careful at every step of the drawing and use small hints with which you will achieve the best results.
- Coloring supplies
Time needed: 30 minutes.
How to Draw a Doberman
- Draw the head.
The top of the head is broader, while the bottom is narrow and flat.
- Depict the ears.
Draw two pointed ears on the top of the head, while maintaining symmetry.
- Add elements of the muzzle.
Sketch out the eyes, brow blemishes and nose.
- Draw the rest of the elements of the head.
From the nose, draw smooth curved lines to the sides and draw the mouth below.
- Depict the torso.
Add a smooth line from the head and add the small rectangular torso.
- Sketch out the front paws.
Draw two vertical lines and add the lower parts of the paws.
- Draw the hind legs.
Add two identical hind legs on the sides of the body in the same position as in the example.
- Correct inaccuracies.
With the eraser, remove all unnecessary lines and correct the mistakes.
If you want to always have access to this lesson, then download the PDF file right now, which contains a brief instruction and additional training materials needed to complete this lesson.
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