How to draw a labrador dog easy with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. Dog drawing tutorial for beginners and kids.
Please see the drawing tutorial in the video below
You can refer to the simple step-by-step drawing guide below
Start by drawing the dog’s eyes. Use curved lines to outline the rounded square shape of the eyes, similar to anime eyes.
Cover a large circle within each circle to indicate the pupil. Then, draw curved lines above the eyes to indicate the lashes and eyebrows. Note the tuft of hair on the inner side of the brow.
Draw the puppy’s nose and mouth. Use curved lines to enclose the nose; Notice that it is slightly pointed on each side. Draw two small circles inside the nose to indicate the nostrils.
Draw a wide “W” shaped line below the nose to form the mouth. Finally, draw curved lines on each side of the nose and at the corners of the mouth.
Take a “U” shaped line around the tongue, and draw a curved line in the middle. Cover the open mouth with curved lines on each side of the tongue. Draw a line below it. Then use overlapping curved lines to outline the ears and top of the head.
Finish the ear with a curve that doubles back to itself, overlapping the existing ear. Then use another line to draw one side of the head. Create a close mirror image on the opposite side using curves.
Draw curved lines that overlap each side of the head to create the neck. Draw a set of overlapping curved lines to form the shoulders.
On one side, draw one more overlapping curved line to outline the chest and abdomen. Add a series of short curved lines in a “V” shape to texture the fur on the chest.
Use long, curved lines to outline the lab legs. Notice how the lines overlap at the foot to form the toes.
Complete the front leg, again noting the overlapping curves that create the toes of the foot. Then use overlapping curved lines to outline the crouched rear leg.
Use curved lines to outline the dog’s back, hind legs, and remaining hind legs.
Finish off the remaining back foundation using a series of overlapping curves. Then use long curved lines to draw the fluffy tail. Notice the jagged points at the end that indicate feathers.
Color your cartoon Labrador Hound. We’ve colored it yellow or sand, turning it into a yellow lab. There is also a black lab and a chocolate lab. Then brown.