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Step 10: Draw the rest of the boar's head by using quick, short strokes for the fur as you go around the initial circle. Draw some lines inside the head too for extra detail.
Step 11: Using the line as a guide, draw the boar's hind legs. Draw lightly at first. When you like what you have, go ahead and darken it. Draw the leg thicker on top and narrower at the bottom. Draw the two hoofed toes at the end and a smaller toe on the left side. The fourth toe is on the other side, so it's not visible. Draw the boar's leg on the other side the same way. Draw lightly at first to get the structure right, then darken it. Don't forget the boar's toes!
Step 12: Now use the other line as a guide to draw the boar's front legs. The legs in front don't angle forward like the hind legs. Use quick, short strokes at the base for the fur and draw the boar's toes at the end. Use the same technique to draw the front leg on the other side.
Step 13: Use the initial lines as guides to draw the boar's body. Boar fur consists of stiff bristles, so use quick, short strokes as you follow the guide lines. Draw the bristles longer at the top for the razorback look.
Step 14: Use the small line as a guide to draw the boar's tail. Draw a few quick, short strokes at the end of the boar's tail to represent fur.