How to Draw a Husky easy with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. Cartoon dog drawing for beginners and kids.
Please see the drawing tutorial in the video below
Video produced by channel: How To Draw Easy
You can refer to the simple step-by-step drawing guide below
Start by drawing a circle to outline your husky’s head.
Draw an irregular pea shape below the head. This will shape the husky’s body.
Connect the head and the body with a series of connected short, curved lines. The lines must meet at opposing points to resemble shaggy fur.
Start sketching your Husky’s face. For each ear, extend the two curves upwards to meet above the head, encircling the curved triangles. For the snout, start with a large “C” line across the face. Then draw a curve upward from the muzzle to meet the ears.
Draw the front leg. For each leg stretch two curves downwards. Notice how the curves of the line represent the knees and ankles. Then, connect the lines, using small “U” shaped lines to represent the toes.
Draw the hind legs. For each leg, stretch a set of curves down from the body. Note that on the proximal legs, the lines have a very near upper curve to indicate the shape of the thighs and ankles. Connect the lower leg lines with a series of short, “U” curves to denote the toes.
Erase the guide lines from the head, body, and legs, leaving a clear line for your husky.
Add details for the husky. Draw a curved triangle within the bounds of the near ear. Distinguish the brighter side and the husky’s underside from a darker back by using a series of interconnected curves. Lines must meet at serrated points to indicate feathers. Notice how the line is on the nose and up the shoulder. Then, draw the tail. Use a series of overlapping curves to outline the curly tail.
Add details to your Husky’s face. Draw an oval in an oval shape to form each eye. Then draw a small circle inside the inner oval and shade between the shapes. Draw a curve above each eye to show the eyebrows. For the nose, outline a rounded, upside down triangle. Use the curves to outline the mouth.
Color your Husky. Huskies are usually gray and white, but they also come in brown and black.