How to Draw a Chow, Chow, Chow Chow

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STEP 1. Make two shapes that are both circles. The top one is smaller than the one for the body. Add a face guide and move to step two.   STEP 2. Sketch in the lining for the outline of the chow. This should be a very crimped stroke because as you know the chow is a very fluffy breed. Draw in the short ears, and add some detailing to the top part of the head.   STEP 3. Begin sketching in the chow's face starting with the slanted looking eyes, and then draw out the snout which is also short and sort of pushed in. The bottom jaw is open and the lips or gums are long and droopy. Draw a tongue and sketch in some detailing for added texture to the dog's coat.   STEP 4. Draw in the front legs and be sure that they are thick wide and hearty looking. Sketch in each paw which are also very large looking, and then draw in some detailing for the shoulder, and chest. This will also add texture and definition to the dog too.   STEP 5. For the last step all you have to do is finish drawing out the body starting with the chest, stomach, and hind legs. Draw the long curled tail and be sure that it is resting on the back, and then draw in the back paws. Clean up the drawing to free it from mistakes and guides.   STEP 6. This is the finished line art when you are all done. Now you can go ahead and make your chow look like the one you have as a pet, or the one you want to one day get.   Step 1. Step 2. Step 3. Step 4. Step 5. Step 6.