Introduction: How to Draw Neville the Dog
Hello people of the Internet! It's Sky Productions yet again with a new Instructables! Today you will learn to draw the antagonist in the Sky the dog series (check out my other Instructables to draw my mascot, Sky the dog). His name is Neville. Neville Milkbone. He's Sky's arch enemy. Neville is a pomeranian. Also... He's British! HARHARHAR!!!
Step 1: Obvious Supplies
The supplies you need for this picture of Neville are quite simple actually.
-pencil with eraser
-light brown, dark brown, and black markers or colored pencils
Step 2: Lump Day!
To start off this dapper dog, draw a half a circle.
Step 3: Muzzle Mix
Now we need to make Neville's muzzle. Curve down on one side of the circle so it looks like a round rectangle coming off of the circle.
Step 4: Can You Hear Me Now
To make the ears, draw a straight line on the opposite side of the muzzle and draw little lines like waves. Then, draw another line inside of the head.
Step 5: Your Too Nosy
Draw a curved line so it looks like the muzzle is a separate part of the head. Now, to make the nose make a small oval inside of the muzzle. Next, make the mouth by drawing a medium sized curvy line starting under the nose and ending at the other side of the muzzle. For the single tooth poking out of Neville's mouth, doodle a little spike under the middle of the mouth.
Step 6: Fluffle Puff
Isn't Neville's fluffy head so cute? Draw three medium spikes starting at the ear. Then make a longer, straighter spike after the the spikes and that ends at the back of the muzzle.
Step 7: Eye-Dog
Make a half circle in the middle of the head. Add a dot in the eye for a pupil.
Step 8: Tuxedo and a Tail
To make Neville's robe/tuxedo draw a straight line coming down from the start of the first spike and another after the straightest spike. Finally, make his tail really puffy coming from the bottom of the robe/tuxedo.
Step 9: Done!
Just color in the muzzle light brown, the head and tail dark brown, and the robe/tuxedo black. You can draw Neville staring evilly at Sky or even with a wide-eyed, too innocent expression... HARHARHAR!