Dog collars are useful, as they often help find owners of lost pets. In this tutorial, I would like to show you how to draw a dog collar.
In this tutorial, I will show you how to draw a dog collar. This tutorial has nine easy steps. You can definitely do this job even if you have no drawing experience. I specially created this lesson in such a way that it can be done by children and aspiring artists.
A dog collar is a product in the form of a ring made of leather, rubber, or other materials with a fastener. A collar is put on the animal’s neck to control the pet’s mobility. Also, a collar is an evidence that a dog has a home and an owner. Often a small sign is attached to the collar, which contains the address and telephone number of the owner.
Following these instructions, you can draw a very beautiful and bright dog collar. Now let’s get down to doing the dog collar drawing tutorial!
- Coloring supplies
Time needed: 14 minutes.
How to Draw a Dog Collar
- Draw the top outline of the dog’s collar.
Do this using a curved line. The contour of the dog’s collar should resemble an oval.
- Sketch the sides of the collar.
Draw these using two short, curved lines.
- Add the outline to the bottom of the collar.
Portray two curved lines as shown in the example.
- Create the inside of the collar.
You can depict this using curved lines.
- Draw the outline of the collar label.
This detail should look like a rectangle.
- Sketch the inner holes in the collar.
Portray these elements as small circles.
- Decorate the dog collar plate.
Draw the bone on this plate.
- Add decorative elements.
Do this using a dashed line for the seams on the dog’s collar.
- Color the drawing.
To color this drawing, use brown, orange, yellow, and beige colors.
Great job! I think you have coped with this lesson and are happy with the result of your work. Now you know how to draw a beautiful dog collar.
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