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10 Videos (1h 30m)
    • Introduction

    • 1 Front View Structure

    • 2 Front View Guide Lines

    • 3 Front View Face Shapes

    • 4 Front View Rendering

    • 5 Side View Structure

    • 6 Side View Guidelines

    • 7 Side View Face Shapes

    • 8 Side View Rendering

    • Drawing Dogs from Life


About This Class

This class is for anyone who wants to learn how to construct and draw a dog faces, no previous skills are required. There are so many different types of dogs, and they each have their own personality. 

I provide you with the basic steps to drawing any dog, but I also go in-depth and walk you through my start-to-finish process of drawing a dog portrait. 

By the end of the class you will be able to draw a dog's face from the front view and the side view, and you will be able to draw them from your imagination. 

8 of 8 students recommendSee All

yes but a video/step is missing
This class is great. One suggestion would be a handy outline of the two ways of drawing dogs, for example, the scratch paper you did with the examples of different dogs. I found myself stuck on the steps and had to watch the video again to take notes to see the guidelines for size or dog, and view. Looking forward to the next video.
Linda Lindsay

Habitual Crafter

Awesome class and teacher, really enjoyed it





Joshua Johnson

Freelance Illustrator

I'm a freelance illustrator residing in San Juan, Puerto Rico, just transplanted from Austin, Texas. I draw traditionally with pen and ink and then digitatize and manipulate with Photoshop and a drawing tablet to add color, alter composition, and finalize my pieces. I'm fairly new to the industry, coming from a music teaching background, so my client list is small, but I have done several personal projects over the last two years (see my finished portfolio on my website) and sell these items ...

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