Step 10: Draw the German shepherd dog's nose inside the muzzle by first lightly drawing a circle. Darken the circle and make it a bit flatter. Draw a small line a the bottom. Draw and shade a couple of circles inside the nose for the nostrils. Draw a line at the top.
Step 11: Use the initial small circle as a guide to draw the German shepherd dog's muzzle. Draw a line above the dog's nose for the top of the muzzle. Then draw the mouth under the nose. The mouth is a wavy line that stretches toward the edge of the small circle and curves to the nose on the right side. Draw a few curved lines under the mouth for the chin, jaw and loose skin underneath. Add a few quick, short strokes at the top too.
Step 12: Use the arcs on the head to draw the German shepherd dog's ears. Darken the line for the ears as you follow the path of the arcs and give them more structure. Draw quick, short strokes inside each shape for the fur within the ear.
Step 13: Use the original circle as a guide to draw the rest of the German shepherd dog's head. Use quick, short strokes as you follow the basic path of the oval to give the head a fuzzy texture. Add a few quick, short strokes inside the circle for the detail of the fur and for the bottom part of the head.
Step 14: Use the lines on the right as guides to draw the front feet. Lightly sketch the shape of the leg as you follow the path of the line. When you get the structure right, darken the lines. Draw a few curved lines at the end of the paw for the toes. Draw the German shepherd dog's front leg on the other side by using the other line as a guide. Draw it the same way by lightly sketching the shape first and only darkening the lines when you get the structure right.