Step 15: Add a few wavy lines under the mouth to create the dog's lower jaw and chin. The lines should slope to the lower left side to form the wrinkly, loose skin on the neck. Add a series of short strokes near the top of the mouth for the fur below the Frenchie's lower lip.
Step 16: Darken the top edges of the initial small circle for more skin folds on the French bulldog's muzzle. Use a series of short strokes above the muzzle for the furry wrinkles on the forehead.
Step 17: Use the arc on the left side as a guide to draw the French bulldog's first ear. Darken the basic path of the arc but make the shape a bit wavier on the sides. Add a few lines and short strokes within the arc for the hair and inner ear structure. Use the arc on the right as a guide to draw the other ear the same way. Darken the shape of the arc but make the sides wavier, and then add the detail inside.
Step 18: Use the main circle as a guide to draw the rest of the dog's head. Use a series of quick, short strokes along the bottom of the ears for the furry base. On the right side, draw the lines closer to the eye to make the head skinnier. Draw a small bump above the eye for a heavy brow. Add a few lines on the lower, left side for the French bulldog's jaw. Add a few more strokes within the head for extra detail.
Step 19: Use the second line from the right as a guide to draw the first front leg. Follow the guide and lightly sketch the shape of the leg around it. When you get the shape of the leg right, darken the lines. The top part of the Frenchie's leg should be wide and then gradually get thinner toward the bottom. Bend the overall shape where the guide bends for the joints in the leg. Add a couple of short lines at the bottom to separate the individual toes. At the tip of each toe, draw a small, triangle- like shape for the dog's nails.