How to draw African wild dog

How to draw African wild dog. Learn to draw an African wild dog step by step images along with easy to follow instruction. The African wild dog, also called Cape hunting dog or painted dog, typically roams the open plains and sparse woodlands of sub-Saharan Africa. These long-legged canines have only four toes per foot, unlike other dogs, which have five toes on their forefeet. The dog’s Latin name means “painted wolf,” referring to the animal’s irregular, mottled coat, which features patches of red, black, brown, white, and yellow fur. Each animal has its own unique coat pattern, and all have big rounded ears.
In this tutorial, you will follow step by step drawing from simple geometry shape into a full body of African Wild Dog. Most of animals and creatures are different in shapes and forms depending on their families. I usually observe the animal shape and form then break it down into simple shape so it is easier to draw. The best way to approach the drawing is identify simple shapes within the body. It will help to define the main parts of each animal by breaking it down.
African wild dogs hunt in formidable, cooperative packs of 6 to 20 (or more) animals. Larger packs were more common before the dogs became endangered. Packs hunt antelopes and will also tackle much larger prey, such as wildebeests, particularly if their quarry is ill or injured. The dogs supplement their diet with rodents and birds.

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African wild dog

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below are step by step how to draw African wild dog.  Step one, I drew simple circular shape and taper “U”  shape for its snout.  Step two, I used the previous shape as guideline to construct its head and add two big rounded ear.  Step three, I drew a long oval shape to establish its body.  Step four, I drew two front legs.  Step five, I drew both of the hind legs. Step six, I then finished the rest of the body with its unique spotted pattern.

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Xia Taptara (黃曉聲 Huang XiaoShēng), currently a freelance concept artist for games and films, formerly a character concept artist for ArenaNet/NCsoft (GuildWars & Guildwars 2). I also work on various projects for Game of Thrones, Square-Enix, Paizo Publishing, Fantasy Fight Games, Disney Interactive, and many publishers & clients. I use Wacom Tablet Intuos and Photoshop CS2,3,4,5 to do most of my professional art work. I use pencil, pen, and traditional medium in my free time. I founded ( in 2007 to motivate myself to create more and better art. Also I get to draw and paint whatever the hell I want to. Hopefully I can inspired some young soul and old soul alike. *QUESTIONS & COMMENT: PLEASE POST THEM ON THE BLOG. Or CONTACT ME via idrawgirls Facebook page. DO NOT E-MAIL ME. Thank you. ;-)
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    Nice..i think it’s so easy to draw..I’ll definitely try this..Thanks for sharing this great post with us.. Its really nice..

  • Moeroa Arakua

    coool but also hard to draw

  • Moeroa Arakua

    rrrrrrrrrrrrreeeeeeeeeeeeeaaaaaaaaaaaaaaallllllllllllllllllllllllyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy hard to draw maybe cum ubb with something more easyer ;p

  • African wild dogs are my life!

    I enjoyed Drawing it and its my favorite animal in the whole wide world, I think it was pretty easy to draw and this is coming from a 5th grader thank you so much! :D Oh and the picture down below is a picture of an african wild dog pup

  • Xia Taptara

    Glad to hear it is helpful. Keep up the good work!