Day 35: How to Draw a Pug

Today’s project was to create instructions that others can use to make something and then have someone try it out.

I wrote instructions for how to draw a pug and asked my father and step-mother to try them out.  My step-mother is an artist and also glanced at a recent photo of Eloise, so she had a slight advantage.

Here is what they had to work with:

The head should be square-ish

The ears should fold forward, be close to the head, and be dark

The wrinkles in the forehead should be pronounced

The snout should not be pronounced

The body should not be lean

The legs should be proportionate (there was some debate about this one from the artists)

The neck should be thick

The tail should curl twice

The hair should be short and light.

Here is what they both came up with:

Step-Mom's Pug

 

Dad's Pug

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About puglife

Eloise the pug, starred in my 2012 project "365 Days of Pugs". Halley the pug, a recent addition, will no likely be featured her when she can stay still long enough to have her picture taken.
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