How to Draw an Angry Dog Step by Step

How to Draw an Angry Dog easy with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. Dog drawing for beginners and everyone.

How To Draw An Angry Dog

Please see the drawing tutorial in the video below


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

Step 1

Let’s start with a basic circle for the animal’s head and then add such facial guides.

Step 2

Start outlining the dogs’ foreheads and make sure there’s an impression between the head that looks like two domes. Next, start the process of drawing the eyes and as you do this make sure the eyes are drawn with a very angry expression. Fill in the pupils, then draw the muzzle and tip of the nose in.

Step 3

Okay, when doing this step, you have to make sure you take your time because this angry dog’s mouth is open wide and showing all of his teeth. Of course, after expanding the oral mucosa, you can begin to outline the top row of teeth.

Step 4

Now that you’ve drawn out the mouth, you can fill the inside with a bunch of nasty sharp teeth that look as if they could rip through anything in part. Don’t forget to draw the back teeth in the top row of the dog’s mouth.

Step 5

All you have to do here is paint with the blade like that, and add some texture details to add stroke.

Step 6

You’re almost done with the steps, which means the drawing lesson is almost over. Now you have to outline the rest of the head and this includes the ears, nape, chin or lower jaw, as well as some of the dog’s neck in front of the face. Make sure the lining is textured because as you know dogs have coats or fur. Sketch some details onto the surface and move on.

Step 7

And for the final drawing step, I want you to erase the mistakes and guidelines first, and then detail the inner ear and outline the little mounds for the muzzle, and all the fur on the dog’s face and neck.

Step 8

In the end this is how your drawing will look. Now go ahead and color the dog to complete it. I used shades to turn this angry dog ​​into a German Shepherd because that’s what I own.

Drawing, sketching supplies and Painting you may need:

  1. Assorted Color Sharpie Permanent Markers
  2. Glitter metallic paint pens sparkle water-based marker pen
  3. White sharpie extra fine paint markers pack oil based
  4. mixed media sketchbook drawing pad
  5. Sharpie permanent markers ultimate cosmic color collection
  6. Crayons for kids and everyone
  7. Prismacolor premier colored pencils
  8. Watercolor pens for painting
  9. Acrylic colour set for painting
  10. Paper for drawing and Painting

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