Emoji are pixelated images. The first emoji appeared in the 20th century. In this tutorial, I would like to show you how to draw a dog emoji.
Now I will tell you how to draw a dog emoji. This will be another interesting lesson. When sending emails, users often use all kinds of emojis. In this way, mood and emotions can be conveyed. Emoji language originated in Japan and then spread throughout the world. These emoticons can represent various images, including an image of animals. Dog emojis are very popular and dogs can come in many different shapes and sizes.
In this tutorial, you will learn how to draw the simplest image. This walkthrough does not include complex lines or additional elements. This work can be done very quickly.
The dog emoji drawing tutorial looks very easy. This drawing is painted in various bright colors. You can use the same shades to color your drawing, or you can choose other shades of your choice.
Complete this challenging task step by step and be diligent in every step.
- Coloring supplies
Time needed: 21 minutes.
How to Draw a Dog Emoji
- Draw the outline of the head.
The dog has the small upper head and large cheeks. It resembles the shape of a pear.
- Portray the ear.
Draw a smooth, rounded line from one side of the head.
- Depict the second ear.
Repeat the previous step on the other side.
- Sketch the nose.
At the bottom of the head, draw the oval nose.
- Depict the tongue.
At the very bottom of the head, draw the long tongue.
- Add the eyes.
To do this, portray two even ovals.
- Sketch the pupils.
Create small circles inside each eye.
- Add the outline of the spot.
Depict the large circle around the eye using a smooth line.
- Color the dog emoji.
Use different shades of brown to color the coat. Color the eyes yellow, nose gray, and tongue red.
The dog emoji drawing tutorial is over. You can use acquired skills in the future when you draw new images or you can present such drawings to your friends. Better yet, if you draw this picture with your friends. Then you can immediately evaluate the result and exchange your drawings.
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