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How to Draw Cartoon Corgi Dog – A Step by Step Guide

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How to Draw Corgi Dog Cartoon – A Step by Step Guide

If you don’t know how to draw a cartoon corgi dog, this post is for you. Where you will learn how to draw cartoon dog step- by-step as animators. Let’s go!!!

Dogs are very popular animals in comics and cartoons. Many of us are fascinated by Corgi dogs because they are really cute, and so many people want to show their love for them by learning how to draw a Corgi.

Get ready to enjoy this step-by-step tutorial on how to draw a Corgi in a cartoon style in just 09 simple steps!

How to Draw Cartoon Corgi Dog – A Step by Step Guide

1. Start with "Line of Action" and Oval Shapes

Line of Action and Oval Shapes
"Line of Action" and Oval Shapes

For the first step of the cartoon corgi drawing tutorial, we will focus on the basic shapes. To draw this, I’m going to use a “Line of Action” and 03 oval shapes to suggest its largest shape is the Head, Torso, and Hip

2. Drawing perspective guidelines on the ovals

perspective guidelines on the ovals
Drawing the perspective guidelines on the ovals

Next, I draw the perspective guidelines on the ovals will help you see it as a three-dimensional globe.

3. Work on the secondary basic shape

secondary basic shape
Add the secondary basic shape

Now that you have completed the most basic shape of the cartoon dog, we can now work on the secondary basic shape. Use parabolic curves to draw the ears, and add a small circle to suggest the jaw construction. Connect the 3 oval shapes with the tangent lines as shown in the photo. Next, follow me to draw the construction of the legs.

4. Now add a few general details

How to Draw a Dog
Add a few general details

Put in ovals for the eyes, and now add a few general details of the ear, iris, eyebrow, nose, mouth, and hairs. Big ears and eyes, chubby cheeks, and a thick neck make this dog is even more lovely.

5. Place more Details of Your Cartoon Corgi

How to Draw Cartoon Dog
Start adding smaller details

Start to add the smaller details of facial forms such as eyes, ears, nose, mouth, and legs, and suggest some key hairs.  The legs of this little cartoon dog are amazingly short so you won’t really be able to see the shape of their legs. This can lead to mistakes when drawing so check out our reference image of leg anatomy.

leg anatony of dogs
Leg anatomy of Cartoon Corgi

6. Refine the final details of the drawing

How to Draw Corgi Dog Cartoon
Step 06: Refine the final details of the drawing

In this step will be adding more sharp lines on the whole dog to create even more clear details. At this stage try to refine your line strokes.

7. Clean up the cartoon dog drawing

How to Draw Corgi Dog Cartoon
Step 07: Clean up the cartoon dog drawing

Clean up the drawing by erasing previous drawing layers, the line strokes should be soft and of varying thicknesses to create a rhythm for the drawing.

8. Coloring the your Cartoon Corgi

How to Draw Cartoon Corgi
Step 08: Coloring the your Corgi Cartoon

For the reference image above, we used white and fawn for the dog’s hair, which is also their typical hair color.

9. Add a Few Shadows : Your Cartoon Corgi Drawing is Complete!

How to Draw Cartoon Dog
Step 09: Add a Few Shadows

Our cartoon corgi drawing is done, and now you can make it look even more attractive by adding your shadow.

I hope this tutorial will not only help your learning process be easier but also bring you a lot of fun while drawing.

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