Step 6: On top of the head, draw a two long, curved lines as guides for the deer's antlers. The lines should curve up and outward away from the middle. The longer you draw these lines, the bigger the antlers will be.
Step 7: On the sides of the head, near the antlers, draw two small arcs as guides for the deer's ears. Don't make these shapes too small. Make them a bit pointy at the top.
Step 8: Draw two curved lines that connect the head to the body to create the guide for the deer's neck.
Step 9: Draw two long lines under the first circle as guides for the deer's front legs. Pay attention the length of these lines in relation to the rest of the body. Sketch lightly so that it's easy to erase if you make a mistake. The lines should slope inward a bit.
Step 10: Draw two long lines under the back portion of the deer's body as guides for the hind legs. The first line should slope to the left. Bend the line to indicate where the joints will be. The second line should slope more toward the right at the bottom. The bottoms should be far apart.