How to draw a Poodle

Learn How to draw A Poodle Quickly & Easily!

Place your piece of paper horizontally, just like I did. Use only dark strokes and don’t be afraid to stop the video and rewind until you get everything right. This how to draw a Poodle tutorial is, most definitely, one of the easiest ones on our website and will serve as a great “introduction” to the more complex video guides. Start with that cute fluffy hair on top of our dog’s head (00 min 27 sec).

It looks a lot like a cloud from a cartoon, doesn’t it? Next, add a tiny circle in the left corner of the paper for the nose and connect it to the hair using one straight line (00 min 35 sec). The ear is a primitive shape that comes without any additional details. Use a nice curvy line to finish the nose. See those two lines below and above it? They are the mouth and the eye (00 min 52 sec).

The next stage of this how to draw a Poodle tutorial is another fluffy “cloud” that looks almost exactly like the first one. Once it’s in place, add the legs (01 min 11 sec). You’ll need three straight lines and two curvy ones to finish this step. Finally, add a third fluffy part in the left corner for the tail (01 min 32 sec). It’s significantly smaller than the first two. Once you connect it to the body, this drawing will be done!

Before you learn how to draw A Poodle, did you know?

These funny dogs look like they came from a different planet or even a different dimension. Those tall legs, cute tails, and fluffy heads are their distinctive features. Overall, there are three breeds of poodles. The French claim that they are the ones that brought these brutes into the world. The Germans think otherwise.

Regardless, the poodles are considered to be one of most intelligent dog breeds to walk the Earth, not to mention they are great in competitive sports. That is exactly why you’ll see them in all kinds of circuses and/or different dog sports.

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Some Things To Keep In Mind…

These tutorials are only here to guide you. Your drawing does not need to look "identical" to mine.

Start with rough but light pencil strokes that you can work into the shapes you want.

Once you have your rough drawing completed, go over it in a darker stroke for your final drawing.

Add shading and/or color to complete if desired.

Using this technique you will be able to draw anything after some practice... even without following step-by-step tutorials.

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