Step 6: Draw four lines under the body (two below each circle) as guides for the serval's legs. Servals are tall and thin, so make the guide lines for the legs long. Bend the line near the middle and bottom to indicate where the joints and feet will be.
Step 7: Draw a series of lines that connect the major shapes to form the rest of the body. Two lines in the front form the neck and two more in the middle form the torso. Add another line on the left side for the serval's tail.
That's it for the initial sketch! From this point on, press harder with your pencil to get a more defined sketch.
Step 8: Draw the serval's nose inside the muzzle near the top by first lightly sketching a triangle. Draw a line to the right of the triangle for the bridge of the nose. Darken the sides of the triangle to create the outer shape of the nose. Add a curved line at the bottom for the nostril.
Step 9: Lightly sketch the serval's eyes inside the head using the lines as guides for placement. The basic shapes of the eyes are similar to little footballs. Darken the lines when you get the shapes right. The eye on the right should be a bit smaller and partially blocked by the nose. Darken the sides of the eyes to create the shape of the eyeballs inside. Draw a thin slit inside each eye for the pupils. Shade the rest of the eye except for a small section at the top to represent glare.