Step 6: Draw a series of lines that connect the major shapes to form the rest of the body. Walruses are big, so curve the lines as you connect the shapes. Draw a big arc on the left side for the back portion of the walrus's body.
Step 7: Draw three angled lines under the body as guides for the front and hind flippers.
That's it for the initial sketch! From this point on, press harder with your pencil to get a more defined sketch.
Step 8: Draw the walrus's eyes inside the head using the lines as guides for placement. The shape of the eyes is similar to little footballs. Shade the inside of the eyes. The eyes should be very small and spaced far apart from each other. Draw a few lines around the eyes for the wrinkled skin above and below them. Draw the nose where the two guide lines intersect. The nostrils are similar to curved triangles. Add a few lines between them for the nose's structure.
Step 10: Use the two small circles as guides to draw the walrus's muzzle. Follow the basic path of the circles as you darken the muzzle and make it one shape. The bottom sides of the muzzle should come lower than the middle section.