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That's it for the initial sketch! From this point on, press harder with your pencil to get a more defined sketch.
Step 6: Draw the dachshund's eye inside the head on the upper left side where the dog's muzzle line begins. The shape of the eye is similar to a "greater than" sign (>). Draw a circle inside the sign for the dog's eyeball. Shade in the eye except for a small circle to represent glare.
Step 7: Use the vertical line and the side of the circle as guides to draw the dachshund's ear. Draw more curved lines to make the dog ear floppier. Also draw some lines within the shape to represent the folds and bends of the dog's ear.
Step 8: Draw the dachshund's nose on the left side at the tip of the arc. The shape of the dachshund nose is smaller to an upside-down triangle with rounded corners and a slit inside for the nostril.
Step 9: Use the arc as a guide to draw the rest of the dachshund dog's muzzle. Draw a line below the nose that extends toward the main circle for the mouth. Then draw another similar line below that for the dog's lower jaw.