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MINIATURE SCHNAUZER

BY WILLIAM F. POWELL

he Miniature Schnauzer's bushy eyebrows and long beard give it a striking appearance. Almost square in profile, the Miniature Schnauzer (along with its larger counterparts, the Standard and Giant Schnauzers) exhibits a straight, level back and well-developed legs.

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Forming Texture Slowly lay in the coat with quick strokes along the back in step 3. Make certain the hair closest to the face is dark, so the outline of the face is visible. Fewer strokes are needed on the chest and legs because the coat is generally lighter in these areas. You can also mold a kneaded eraser into a sharp edge and "draw" with it in the direction of the hair to create highlights.

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The art of basic drawing  
The art of basic drawing  
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