Step 10: Lightly sketch the eyeballs inside the head as two tiny circles. Use the initial lines as guides for the size and placement of the dog's eyes. When you get the size and shape right, darken the lines but make the eyes flatter and the sides pointier. Add a few tiny lines at the top of each eye for the fur. Shade in the eyes except for a tiny circle to represent glare. Add a few short strokes above the eyes for the furry brows. Add some line s under the eye on the right too. The chow chow's muzzle will block the bottom of the eye on the left.
Step 11: Inside the small circle, near the left side, lightly sketch a n oval for the chow chow's nose. Pay attention to the size and placement of this small oval in relation to the eyes. When you get the size and shape right, darken the lines. Curve the sides inward to create the nostrils. Make the bottom pointier and add a small vertical line in the middle. Use short strokes to darken the top part and create a fur-like texture.
Step 12: Under the nose, draw a line that curves to the right for the first part of the chow chow's mouth. Sketch lightly at first, and then darken the line using short strokes for the fur. Notice how far to the right the line goes. Add another line that curves to the left for the other half of the mouth. Curve the line up and follow the path of the initial circle to create the shape of the muzzle. The line for the dog's muzzle should curve up toward the eye on the left.
Step 13: Under the mouth, lightly sketch a U-shaped line for the chow chow's tongue. Darken the line for the tongue. It should extend toward the bottom edge of the initial circle. Draw a curved line on the right for the gums. Add short strokes along the path of the circle for the chin.
Step 14: Draw short strokes along the path of the triangle-like lines on the head to create the dog's ears. Add a few more short strokes within the shapes for the fur inside the ears.