Step 10: Darken the triangular shape on top of the head to create the Alaskan Malamute dog's first ear. Make the bottom of the ear longer so that it stretches into the head. Add a curved line at the bottom for the base. Draw a series of strokes within the shape for the edge of the ear and the furry ear opening. To the right, draw a smaller, thinner triangular shape for the other ear. Use the Malamute's first ear as a template. Use short strokes on the right side for fur. Add a line inside for the edge of the ear.
Step 11: Use the initial circle as a guide to draw the rest of the Malamute dog's head. Draw a series of strokes along the top, right edge for the front of the head. Add some strokes at the bottom for the neck. To the left of the ears, draw short strokes along the edge of the circle and the guide for the neck. Add a few more short strokes inside the Alaskan Malamute dog's head for extra detail on the fur.
Step 12: Use the line that's under the body on the right side as a guide to draw the dog's first front leg. Follow the path of the guide and lightly sketch the shape of the leg around it. When you get the shape of the leg right, darken the lines. Use short strokes along the left side for fur. Make the top of the leg wide and then gradually make the shape narrower toward the bottom. The bottom part should bulge outward for the foot. Add a couple of short, curved lines inside the foot for the toes. Darken the right side of the leg but don't use short strokes this time.
Step 13: To the right, draw a similar shape for the front leg that's on the other side of the body. Use the Alaskan Malamute dog's first leg as a template as you draw this leg. Sketch lightly at first to get the shape right. Only the front part of this leg will be visible. Place it a bit higher than the first leg, and add the dog's toes at the bottom.
Step 14: Use the angled line to the left as a guide to draw the Malamute's first hind leg. Draw this leg the same way as the front leg. Lightly sketch the shape of the leg around the guide. The top of this leg should be wider at the top than the front leg. It should also bend near the middle for the joint. When you get the shape right, darken the leg using short strokes along the left side. Curve the bottom of the shape to the right for the dog's foot. Add a couple of curved lines inside the foot for the toes. Darken the right side of the leg using shorter strokes and curve the line to make the leg wider at the top.