Below is a step-by-step drawing tutorial.
Begin by drawing the head of your dachshund. To outline the eyebrows, and the top of your nose, draw an “S”-shaped line. To enclose the shape and size of the eye, draw a curve with extra curves to indicate the lashes or eyelids. To indicate the pupil, draw two circles in the eye that are smaller than the others.
To enclose the circle of another eye, draw a curve. To indicate pupils, draw a circle inside a circle. To form the eyelid, draw a curve above each eye. To make the eyelids, glue one oblong to each eye.
To form the nose of your dog, draw an upside-down triangle and rounded corners. Next, draw the lower jaw and mouth using overlapping curves. At the corner of your smiley face, draw a narrow curve.
To draw the ears of your dog, use long and curvy lines that are doubled.
Draw the shoulders, hips, and back of your dachshund using overlapping curves. To draw the tail, use two curves that intersect at a gentle point.
To draw the neck line and chest, use a long, straight line. Next, draw the legs and toes using overlapping curves. To continue the dog’s belly, draw a short curve line.
To draw the top leg, foot and toe of your other front foot, use overlapping curves. The curve that wraps around the bend at the ankle is a short curve. To continue stroking your dog’s stomach, draw a long, curving line.
Draw the hind legs. To outline the top of the feet, shins and toes, draw curved lines that are overlapping.
Use overlapping curves to draw the other leg.
Color your cartoon dachshund dog. The most popular colors for cartoon dachshunds are black and patches of tan. Sometimes, other colors can be seen such as white with black patches.