Step 6: Draw two long, sloping lines that connect the head to the body to create the guide for the neck. Connect the circles in the middle using two long lines to finish the guide for the Alaskan Malamute dog's torso. On top of the circle on the left, draw a line that curves to the right and onto the body as a guide for the tail.
That's it for the guides! From this point on, press harder with your pencil for a more defined drawing.
Step 7: Inside the head, near the top of the muzzle, lightly sketch a small circle for the eyeball. When you get the size and position right, darken the shape. Use an angled line on the left side of the outer eye. Darken the right side of the dog's eyeball. Add a small line on the lower, right side for the corner of the eye. Add a few short strokes on the lower, right side for detail on the Alaskan Malamute dog's fur. Inside the eye, draw a thin, long dot for the pupil. Above the eye add more short strokes for more fur.
Step 8: Lightly sketch a small circle on the tip of the Malamute's muzzle for the nose. When you get the shape right, darken the right side but make the line a bit more angular. Inside the nose, draw a curved line that's similar in shape to the letter V for the nostril. Use short strokes along the top of the nose for fur. Make the bottom thin and pointy.
Step 9: Under the nose, draw a line that curves to the left for the mouth. The Alaskan Malamute dog's mouth should stretch to the left all the way to the edge of the initial head circle. Use short strokes as you draw the mouth line for a furry texture. Under the mouth, near the left side, draw a couple of wide, curved lines for the dog's lower lip drooping down. Draw a series of short strokes along the lower edge of the initial arc to create the furry lower jaw. Draw a sloping line along the top edge of the initial arc to complete the shape of the dog's muzzle.