1 Using a 2B pencil, I begin the drawing with two circles: one for the head and one for the muzzle. Then I draw a few guidelines to establish the centerline of the face, which will help me determine feature placement.
2 Now I place the facial features, including the eyes, nose, and mouth. I also draw two long ovals for ears. Notice that the eye closest to the viewer appears to be slightly larger than the eye that is farther away—this is an example of foreshortening.
3 Next I use the shapes from the previous steps to create a general ...