Step 6: On the left side, draw another circle as a guide for the back section of the dog's body. Draw this circle the same way as the others. This circle should be about the size of the head. The body circle should almost touch. Don't draw them too far away, or you'll end up with a dachshund!
Step 7: Draw two short lines that connect the head to the body to form the Frenchie's neck. Add two longer lines that connect the two bigger circles to complete the guide for the body.
Step 8: Under the circle on the right, draw two vertical lines as guides for the French bulldog's front legs. Bend the lines a bit to indicate where the joints and feet will be. Don't draw the lines too long.
Step 9: Under the circle on the left, draw two more lines as guides for the French bulldog's hind legs. These lines should bend farther to the left, at the top, than the lines at the front. At the top, these lines should bend farther to the left than the guides for the front legs.
That's it for the guides! From this point on, press harder with your pencil for a more defined drawing.