How to draw african a wild Dog Step by Step

How to draw a african wild Dog with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. Wild animals drawing for beginners and everyone.


Please see the drawing tutorial in the video below

You can refer to the simple step-by-step drawing guide below

Step 1: To draw the head, start with a circle and add two domes for the ears. Leave some space for the neck.

Step 2: Use two small ovals for the eyes, a small circle for the nose and a line for the mouth. Duplicate the ear pattern except a little inside.

Step 3: Draw the body by drawing lines from the head, one forming the upper part of the body and the other on the right side of the body.

Step 4: Use two vertical lines to form a leg, with two seams at the leg. Leave an indentation for the toes.

Step 5: Draw the remaining front leg the same as the first, except hide a little behind the first leg.

Step 6: Draw the lower body, then draw the hind legs thicker than the front legs and have curves. Draw the foot like the front foot.

Step 7: To draw the tail, use two seams at a starting point on the left side.

Step 8: The second back leg will be mostly covered by the first, so you just need to add a line and a small bump so people know it’s there. Your African wild dog is done!

Step 9. Add black spots and color the african wild dog.

Interesting facts about African wild dogs

The African wild dog is endangered in some parts of Africa. Throughout history, ranchers and rangers have tried to protect their livestock by shooting African wild dogs, to prevent them from killing their livestock. They are also a popular target for hunters. Their population also decreased due to rabies and other diseases. Humans are trying to conserve their population in parks and animal sanctuaries.

Do you know?

  • African wild dogs live and move in groups called packs. There are usually 6 to 20 African wild dogs in a pack.
  • The African wild dog is considered one of the best hunters in Africa.
  • African wild dogs mostly hunt in the early morning or late afternoon. They are carnivores and prey on animals of various sizes.
  • At the shoulder, the African wild dog is about 27 to 35 inches tall. They weigh about 55 pounds on average.

Similar to snowflakes, no two African wild dogs are alike. All of them have brown plumage with black and yellow markings. The pattern of the patches on each African wild dog is different. The scientific name of the African wild dog is Lycaon pictus, which means “painted wolf”, which aptly describes the shape of their coat.

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