Step 6: Under the first circle, draw two vertical lines as guides for the bull terrier's front legs. Don't make these lines too long. Bend the lines at the bottom to indicate the dog's joints and feet.
Step 7: Under the circle on the left, draw two longer lines as guides for the bull terrier's hind legs. The lines should slope to the left before angling down. They should also bend to the right at the tops.
Step 8: Draw two lines that connect the head to the first circle as a guide for the neck. Connect the first two circles together to complete the dog's body. The shape should be narrower on the left side. To the left, draw a long, curved, vertical line as a guide for the bull terrier's tail.
That's it for the guides! From this point on, press harder with your pencil for a more defined drawing.
Step 9: Inside the head, on the top, right side, lightly sketch a line similar to a less-than sign (<) for the dog's eye. When you get the placement, size and shape of the eye right, darken the line. To the right, draw a short, curved line for the eyeball. Then add a tiny angled line for the corner of the eye. Inside the eye, draw a tiny dot for the bull terrier's pupil. Add a few short strokes above the eye for fur. Make the lines thicker.