Step 15: Draw the puppy's other ear the same way. First use quick, short strokes as you follow the initial guide. Then add a few more strokes within the shape to create the ear's opening.
Step 16: Use quick, short strokes as you follow the edge of the circle to create the furry shape of the head. Draw the left edge of the face inward more, closer to the eye. Add more quick, short strokes on the right side and on the bottom for the rest of the puppy's head. Leave a few gaps on the lower, right side to indicate where the head connects to the body.
Step 17: Use the second line from the left under the body as a guide to draw the German shepherd puppy's first front leg. Follow the path of the guide and lightly sketch the shape of the leg around it. When you get the shape of the leg right, darken the lines. Use quick, short strokes for the fur at the top. Curve the shape of the leg toward the left to create the foot and add a couple of lines at the tip for the toes.
Step 18: Use the line on the far left side as a guide to draw the second front leg the same way. Follow the basic path of the guide as you draw the shape of the puppy's leg around it.
Step 19: Use the line on the far right side as a guide to draw the hind leg that's on this side of the body. Sketch lightly as you draw the leg around the guide. The hind legs should be more angled than the front legs. When you get the shape right, darken the lines. The top should be thick and the bottom narrow. Use quick, short strokes to represent fur. Add a couple of lines at the tip for the toes. German shepherds are big dogs, so make the shape of the paws big and wide.