Step 6: Below and to the left of the sheep's head, draw a big circle as a guide for the front of the body. Draw this circle the same way as the head. First make some marks to indicate the height and width. Then connect the marks using curve lines. Don't overlap the shape of the head at the top. Pay attention to the size of this circle in relation to the shape of the head.
Step 7: On the left side, draw another circle as a guide for the back portion of the Jacob sheep's body. This circle should be smaller than the circle on the right, and their edges should touch.
Step 8: Draw a series of lines that connect the circles to complete the guide for the Jacob sheep's body.
Step 9: Under the circle on the right, draw two vertical lines as guides for the Jacob sheep's front legs.
Step 10: Under the circle on the left, draw two angled lines as guides for the sheep's hind legs. The lines should slope toward the left. Bend them to indicate where the joints will be.