4. Add the Opposite Legs
The legs on the near side of the body are drawn with overlapping forms. Look closely at how the joints bend at the knee and ankle. For the front leg, draw an almost-round oval for the shoulder, then two skinny peanut shapes for the upper and lower leg. Make a paw at the end with three fingers. To make the back leg, draw an egg shape for the thigh and a sideways oval for the knee. Add a longer peanut shape for the shin and a shape at the end for the paw.
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