Hello, young artists! Today’s drawing journey is taking us to the wonderful world of dogs, and our star is the lovable Bernese Mountain Dog.
Grab your pencils, and let’s bring the warmth and charm of this furry friend to life on paper. Whether you’ve seen these gentle giants in your neighborhood, online, or in your dreams, we’re turning that canine inspiration into an adorable drawing.
Follow the step-by-step guide, and soon you’ll have your very own Bernese Mountain Dog masterpiece. So, let’s embark on this paws-itively delightful drawing adventure together! 🐾🎨
How to Draw a Bernese Mountain Dog
Start by drawing a simple curved line on the side to make ears. Continue by creating a long bump for the top of the head and connect it to the other ear.
Draw two round shapes for the eyes and a simple curved triangle for the eyebrows.
Sketch the nose by forming an oval shape. Add two small ovals for nostrils and include details on the face.
Outline the dog’s furry cheeks and chin, creating a fluffy texture with your lines.
Extend the back line from the head into a smooth, elongated curve for the back.
Add two simple lines downward from the head for the front legs and sketch the paws at the ends.
Draw the hind legs with a thicker thigh part and a narrower lower part, ending with paws. Complete the body by connecting the legs with a belly line and add the tail with a fluffy end.
Finalize your drawing by adding the characteristic markings of the Bernese Mountain Dog: color the ears, eyes, and the body in the typical tricolor pattern of black, white, and tan.
Drawing a Bernese Mountain Dog is a rewarding and enjoyable experience. Begin by sketching the distinctive tricolor coat and marking the fluffy ears.
Capture the gentle expression and sturdy build of this magnificent breed. Add details such as the paws and tail to complete the charming look.
Once your Bernese Mountain Dog drawing is finished, share your artistic creation with us. Happy drawing!
I’m a former teacher with a background in child development and a passion for creating engaging and educational activities for children. I strongly understand child development and know how to create activities to help children learn and grow. Spare time, I enjoy spending time with my family, reading, and volunteering in my community.