How to draw a husky puppy with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. Easy animals to draw for beginners and kids.
Please see the drawing tutorial in the video below
Video produced by channel: HTDraw
You can refer to the simple step-by-step drawing guide below
Start by drawing a circle to outline the husky’s head.
Draw an irregular pea shape below the head. This will form the husky’s body.
Connect the head and body with a series of short, curved, connected lines. The lines must meet at opposing points to resemble a shaggy coat.
Start sketching the Husky’s face. For each ear, extend two curved lines upwards to meet overhead, enclosing the curved triangles. For the muzzle, start with a large “C” shaped line that cuts across the face. Then draw a curved line upwards from the muzzle to meet the ears.
Draw the front legs. For each leg, extend two downward curves. Notice how the curves of the line represent the knees and ankles. Then connect the lines, using small “U” shaped lines to represent the toes.
Draw the following legs. For each leg, extend a set of downward curves from the body. Notice that on the proximal leg, the lines have an extreme curvilinear curvature above to indicate the shape of the thigh and ankle. Connect the foot lines at the bottom using a series of short, “U” shaped curves to represent the toes.
Erase the guide lines from the head, torso and legs, leaving a clear line for your Husky.
Add details for hoarseness. Draw a curved triangle within the confines of the proximal ear. Distinguish the husky’s lighter side and lower back from the darker back using a series of interconnected curves. The lines must meet at jagged points to indicate feathers. Notice the line down the nose and shoulders. Then draw the tail. Use a series of curved and overlapping lines to outline the curly tail.
Add details to the Husky’s face. Draw an oval within an oval to form each eye. Then draw a small circle inside the inner oval and shade between the shapes. Draw a curved line above each eye to indicate the eyebrows. For the nose, draw a rounded, upside-down triangle. Use curved lines to outline the mouth.
Color your Husky. Huskies are usually gray and white, but they also come in brown and black.