Step 10: Lightly sketch an oval on the right side of the arc to the right of the head for the mole's first front paw. At the top of the paw, draw a small, long oval with slightly pointed sides for the first claw. Draw a curved line above and below the claw for the first digit. Add the next digit the same way. Start with a slightly longer oval for the claw. Then add the digit using curved lines.
Continue to draw the remaining three digits the same way. Start with the oval-like claw and then add the digit. Make each claw slightly bigger the farther down it is on the paw. For moles, all the digits will point in the same direction. In this case it's to the right. Sketch lightly at first. When you get the shapes right, darken the lines. The bottom claw should be a bit smaller, and it should be below the body. Use a broken line to darken the initial oval to create the rest of the mole's paw.
Step 11: Use the arc to the left of the head as a guide to draw the other paw the same way. Starting at the top, draw the claws as thin, pointy shapes and then add the digits as short, curved lines. Follow the curvature of the initial line as you add the claws to the left of it. Because of the angle, the mole's claws near the bottom and the top will be smaller than the ones in the middle.
Step 12: Use the big, oval-like shape to the right of the head as a guide to draw the rest of the mole's body. Darken the path of the guide using short strokes. Add an extra small line behind the head for a crease. Add a crease on the lower, right side of the mole's body too. Add the base of the front leg by darkening the guide. Use slightly longer strokes along the bottom part of the body that's below the head.
Step 13: Use the curved line on the lower, right side of the body as a guide to draw the foot. On the left side, draw a few curved, pointy shapes for the claws and toes. Then darken the right side for the rest of the mole's foot.
Step 14: Use the curved line on the right side of the mole's body as a guide to draw the short tail. Draw a series of short strokes around the guide to create the shape of the tail.