Step 11: Draw the left side of the top lip as a long, curved line that starts under the nose. The Great Dane's lips droop down a lot, so extend them to the bottom edge of the initial circle. Start with a light sketch to get the shape right. Use wavy lines for an organic feel. Add a few quick, short strokes on the left side for the dog's wrinkles and fur.
Step 12: Follow the basic path of the initial circle as you draw the right side of the Great Dane's upper lip. Add a small, curved line under the lips for the visible portion of the chin.
Step 13: Use the triangle- like line on the left side of the head as a guide to draw the Great Dane's first ear. Shape the ear as you darken the lines and add a few strokes within for the fur and inner structure.
Step 14: Draw the dog's other ear the same way but make it thinner because of the perspective. Darken the basic triangle- like shape but make the ear wavier, and then add a few strokes inside for the fur.
Step 15: Use both initial circles as guides to draw the rest of the Great Dane's head. Follow the basic path of the circles but as you darken the head, make the shape blockier. Use a series of quick, short strokes that form arcs above the eyes for the brows. Add a few quick, short strokes on the lower left side of the head for the fur along the dog's jaw.