Step 15: Draw a curved line under the guide on the top, left for the dog's first folded ear. Darken the top part of the guide but make the sides and corners rounder. Draw a series of short strokes along the bottom of the ear for the furry base. Darken the guide on the right for the visible part of the schnauzer's other ear peeking from behind the head.
Step 16: Use short strokes along the top part of the initial circle for the schnauzer's furry head. On the bottom, draw a line that's made up of short strokes that curves up into the head for more fur. Add a few more short strokes on the sides of the face for more fur on the dog's head.
Step 17: Use the second line from the right as a guide to draw the first front leg. Follow the path of the guide and lightly sketch the shape of the leg around it. When you get the leg right, use short strokes to darken the shape for a furry texture. Curve the shape of the dog's leg a bit. At the bottom, leave a small gap for the toes. Within the small gap, draw small, curved lines for the toes. On the tip of each toe, draw a tiny triangle for the nails.
Step 18: Draw a series of short strokes around the guide on the right for the schnauzer dog's other front leg. The left edge of this leg won't be visible. Draw a few short lines and tiny triangles at the bottom for the toes and nails.
Step 19: Use the line on the far left as a guide to draw the first hind leg. Draw this leg the same way. Follow the path of the guide and lightly sketch the leg around it. Curve the shape of the leg where the guide line bends to create the joints. When you get the shape right, use short strokes to darken the furry leg. Make the shape of the schnauzer's leg thicker at the top. At the bottom, leave a small gap for the foot. At the bottom, draw a few curved lines for the toes. At the tip of each toe, add a tiny triangle for the dog's nails.