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Step 10: Use the initial U-shaped line on the right as a guide to draw the ear. Follow the basic path of the line but make the end pointier. Draw a few more curves along the way for a more organic feel. To make the ears stand straight up instead of flopping down, draw a triangle-like shape on top of the goat's head right behind the horn.
Step 11: Use the curved line on the head as a guide to draw the horn. Follow the path of the line as you thicken up the horn. Make the end pointy. Draw the horn on the other side using the first one as a guide. Follow the curvature of the first horn as you draw it peeking from behind.
Step 12: Use the initial arc as a guide to draw the goat's muzzle. Darken the line for the muzzle and add some bumps along the way. Use quick, long strokes under the goat's chin to create the goat's beard. The longer the strokes are, the longer the beard will be.
Step 13: Draw the nose and mouth inside the goat's muzzle. The goat's nose is a small slit on top of the muzzle. The mouth is a long, wavy line close to the bottom of the muzzle.
Step 14: Draw the rest of the head using the remaining lines as guides. Use quick, short strokes for the furry base under the horns and for the jaw.