Step 15: Draw a series of curved lines under the mouth for the dog's wrinkly chin. Follow the lower edge of the initial circle as you draw the shape of the chin.
Step 16: Use the big U-shaped line on the right as a guide to draw the first ear. Follow the path of the guide but make the edge of the spaniel's ear curvier as you darken the lines. Along the bottom edge, draw a series of short vertical lines for the tips of the fur. Darken the right edge of the shape and add a few short strokes at the top for more fur.
Step 17: Use the big circle as a guide to draw the rest of the cavalier King Charles spaniel's head. The top of the head should be made up of two wide, curved lines. Curve the left edge of the head in toward the eye to create the brow. Make the left side of the dog's head narrower by bringing the edge closer to the eye. Draw a series of short strokes above the eyes to emphasize the brows.
Step 18: Darken the line on the left side for the other ear but make the shape a bit wavier. Draw a series of short, curved lines along the bottom for the tips of the dog's fur.
Step 19: Lightly sketch the shape of the front leg around the second guide line from the left. Add a curved line at the bottom for the dog's paw. When you get the shape right, darken the lines. Draw a couple of short, curved lines at the tip of the paw to separate the toes. The right edge of the spaniel's leg should be made up of short strokes for the longer fur found there.