How to Draw a Cocker Spaniel, Cocker Spaniel

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STEP 1. Begin with drawing out the dog's frame. Start by making two circles, one for the head and the other for the torso. From the torso shape draw a butt end which should be drawn to look like half a banana. Draw some facial guides as well as a connecting neck line.   STEP 2. Let's start sketching out this dog so he/she looks like a spaniel. Begin by making the shape for the top of the head. As you can see it dents in a bit, but rounds out on the way back up. With the same lining draw the long low hanging ears as well as the feathery flow of the hair.   STEP 3. Sketch in the face using the facial guidelines starting with the eyes. Color in the pupils and then draw the snout, nose tip, and then the jowls, and chin. Notice how the chin is hairy. This is because Cocker Spaniels have semi long coats. Add some brow detailing and move along.   STEP 4. Now that the head is done we can start working on getting the body drawn out as well. Start by drawing the neck, and then the chest and front legs. The chest and neck of the spaniel also have feathery hair. Be sure to draw in the long coat that this breed is known for as well as the paws.   STEP 5. Almost done guys only two more steps to go. You will start sketching out the body or back end of the dog. To start, make the line from behind the ear and then draw the back, butt, and hing leg and paw. Sketch in some long hair and then move to step six.   STEP 6. Draw in the other back leg and paw and then that's basically it for this step.   STEP 7. I guess I could have included this step with step seven, and to tell you the truth I don't know why I didn't. Anyways, draw in the tail which in this case is docked. Erase the mistakes and imperfections so you have a clean drawing to color in.   STEP 8. That's it, your cocker spaniel is all done. Choose a color and marking style to begin the coloring process as a finalization. Great work everyone, I had fun drawing the cocker spaniel with you all.   Step 1. Step 2. Step 3. Step 4. Step 5. Step 6. Step 7. Step 8.