That's it for the guides! From this point on, press harder with your pencil for a more defined drawing.
Step 11: Inside the head, on top of the guideline, lightly sketch a small circle for the jackalope's eye. When you get the position and size right, darken the shape. Make the top part thick for the eyelashes. Make the sides of the eye pointy. Inside, draw a tiny circle to represent glare and a big dot for the pupil. Shade the inside of the eye but don't overlap the tiny glare circle. As you shade the eye, use a value that's lighter than the pupil. Draw a couple of curved lines around the jackalope's eye for extra detail.
Step 12: At the tip of the muzzle, lightly sketch a small, V-shaped line for the nose. As you darken the line, make it wavier. Add an extra curved line at the bottom for the nostril. Draw an extra curved line at the top and bottom to complete the shape of the jackalope's nose.
Step 13: Below the nose, draw a line that curves to the right for the first half of the jackalope's mouth. Use a series of short strokes along the bottom to indicate fur. Add a smaller line on the left for the other side of the mouth. Draw a curved line along the path of the guide for the front part of the muzzle.
Step 14: Draw a small line under the mouth for the chin and a line above the nose for the top of the muzzle. Draw a series of short strokes on the right side for extra detail on the jackalope's furry muzzle.