Step 6: Draw four lines under the bulldog's body (two below each circle) as guides for the legs. Bulldogs have short legs, so don't draw the lines too long. Bend the lines to indicate where the joints will be.
That's it for the initial sketch! From this point on, press harder with your pencil to get a more defined sketch.
Step 7: Draw the bulldog's nose inside the head by first lightly sketching an oval on top of the intersecting lines. Darken the top of the nose and add two slits on the sides for the nostrils. Darken the lower edge of the nose and add a small line to split the bottom.
Step 8: Draw the top part of the bulldog's muzzle using a series of curved lines. Draw a short curved line on either side of the nose. Draw a longer curved line for the big fold of skin above the nose. Now add the loose, floppy upper lip under the nose. The line for the top lip starts under the nose, then splits into two and moves down to the sides of the main circle. The left side of the lip should curve up a bit to almost resemble a smile. The right side should touch the edge of the main circle.
Step 9: Use the lower edge of the main circle as a guide to draw the bulldog's tongue and chin. Draw a curved line between the droopy top lip for the big tongue sticking out. Add a couple more curved lines under the tongue for the droopy jowls and chin. Use the initial circle as a guide.