Learn How to draw A Doge Meme – Shiba Inus Quickly & Easily!
Who doesn’t love dogs that look like that? We most certainly do! If you feel the same way and want to learn how to draw a Doge Meme – Shiba Inus, then get yourself a piece of paper and let’s begin! Obviously, you’ll need light strokes for your rough sketch: that way, you’ll be able to erase all those lines and circles once the drawing is in place.
Since it’s basically just a big head, the guiding lines are quite easy (00 min 35 sec). Start with the huge circle that takes up most of the space and divide it with two overlapping lines just like you see in the video (00 min 47 sec). The tiny oval to the right will “house” the nose and mouth (01 min 05 sec). As for the triangles on top of its head – they are the ears.
Ok, we’re finally done with the intro to our how to draw a Doge Meme – Shiba Inus tutorial. It’s time to get to the actual drawing. Using regular strokes, place the nose inside the oval we just did (01 min 45 sec). Color it black but leave a tiny bit of white at the top right corner. The mouth is pretty easy and is just a mix of several simple lines (02 min 05 sec).
If you’re happy with what you’ve got so far, move on to the right eye (02 min 39 sec). The left eye looks almost exactly the same, but it’s just a smidge bigger (03 min 00 sec). Once you’re done with the facial features, jump to the next step of this how to draw a Doge Meme – Shiba Inus manual – the head (03 min 47 sec).
Simply follow the big circle we drew in the beginning but make it a bit “fluffy” on the sides and at the bottom. The ears are the final part (04 min 34 sec). Use the guiding lines and put your ears on top of them (don’t forget about the fluffiness of it all). That’s the end of our how to draw a Doge Meme – Shiba Inus tutorial. As always, get rid of the rough sketch before you get to coloring.
Before you learn how to draw A Doge Meme – Shiba Inus, did you know?
The Doge internet meme (pronounced DO-JE) first appeared and became popular in 2011. It’s a photo of a Shiba Inus (dog breed). The meme is often edited by users in Photoshop with random phrases such as “Such Fat” or “Much Wow” added to it.
The Doge has also inspired the very first fictional currency based on an internet meme in the form of the DogeCoin. The exact reason for its popularity is not clear but I think it’s kind of obvious that the expression on the dog’s face is where it lies. This photo was taken at the perfect moment and his expression is priceless!
The Doge meme is used on anything from humor to politics and with its popularity still growing, it doesn’t seem to be slowing down anytime soon… Now go ahead and learn how to draw a Doge meme for yourself by following the simple steps in this video.