Step 10: Use the curved line above the head as a guide to draw the poodle's fluffy fur. Follow the path of the guide but use short, curved lines as you darken the shape of the puffy fur. Draw the lower part of the hat-like fur on the head as a series of short, curved lines above the eye with a diagonal orientation.
Step 11: Draw the poodle's ear under the hat-like fur on the right side. The shape of the ear is similar to a rectangle. The actual ears are smaller. Most of the shape is long fur. Add a few wavy lines within the shape and a line on the left side for the visible part of the dog's other ear.
Step 12: Use the remaining lines and shapes as guide to draw the rest of the poodle's head. Add a few wavy lines above and below the eye for the fur and a V-shaped line under the muzzle for the neck.
Step 13: Use the initial circle on the left side as a guide to draw the poodle's fluffy fur on the chest. Use short, curved lines as you follow the basic path of the circle but make the shape wider.
Step 14: Use the lines under the body as guides to draw the legs that are on this side of the poodle. Lightly sketch the shape of the leg as you follow the basic path of the line. When you get the structure of the leg right, darken the lines. Add an oval at the bottom for the fur found there. Add the toes and nails at the bottom using a series of short, curved lines. Draw the hind leg on this side of the body the same way. Start with a light sketch as you use the initial line as a guide. Darken the lines when you get the shape right. The top of the leg should be thick. Add a circle at the bottom for the typical poodle furcut called a continental clip. Draw the toes and nails too.