Warning: mysqli_real_connect(): Headers and client library minor version mismatch. Headers:50651 Library:50562 in /home/t204g1dawdyl/public_html/wp-includes/class-wpdb.php on line 1775
Dachshund Photos – Weiner Doggy

Dachshund Photos

Put Your Dachshund Photos Into A Mugshot On Custom Canvas

Dog Portraits - Turn Dachshund Photos Into Portraits

Dachshund Photos. Would you like to have your pet drawn in a portrait?

All you need is a picture of your pet of good quality.  

Packages include color image
with white, color, transparent background.
JPEG / PNG format.
One portrait is one animal drawn in 3000 pixels 

The finished picture can be printed or placed on a smartphone or computer. This makes an excellent present for your friend who has a dachshund.

dachshund photos
dachshund photos

One Head To Shoulder Portrait - Only $30

Favorite Dachshund Photos

If you would like to add your dachshund photos, feel free to email me with your dachshund's name and the photo you want to include.   

Put your dachshund photos on ceramic mugs.  

Long Haired Miniature Dachshund

long-haired miniature dachshund with toy

Dachshund cuddled up

This is the life!

alert dachshund

Where is my treat?

dachshund beds
weiner doggy snuggled in bed

coco the dachshund puppy

How To Draw A Dachshund Cartoon

Some dachshund owners might like to learn how to draw a cartoon of their dachshund.  It's a great outlet for them to express their artistic side.  

Dachshunds are unique animals that can convey feelings and convey emotions in unique ways.

If you have a dachshund and want to know how to draw a dachshund cartoon, then here are a few tips that you can follow. 

You'll need a good set of art supplies and paper to practice on before you try to draw a cartoon of your own dachshund. These tips will help you get started with this wonderful hobby.

Experimenting with different poses and different sizes will help you come up with a fantastic look that is sure to inspire other dog owners to try out their hand at drawing their dachshunds.

To begin drawing a dachshund cartoon, use dachshund photos of them in a standing position.

Then make an outline around their head and work from that area.  Try to keep the cartoon fairly simple.

Don't worry about details now.

If you want to add more details to your drawing, then you can make use of two separate paper.

One paper will be used for shading while the other is for adding details.

You can easily combine these two papers by making a mark on the appropriate paper and then adding shading to it.  Shading should be done in the same way that you would normally apply it to the drawing.

Once you have mastered how to draw a dachshund cartoon, you are ready to move on to some more advanced tips for improving your drawings.

For starters, you'll need to have some basic knowledge of how to draw a dachshund's face. There are actually several different ways that people do this. 

The best way to master drawing a dachshund's face is to simply start with a blank piece of paper and do a few sketches until you get the look that you want.

Most dachshunds have distinct features such as their long nose, long body, ears, and their tail. 

When learning how to draw a cartoon character, it is best to keep these things in mind.

After all, it is their face that will ultimately make up the cartoon. This means that if you focus too much on the wrong part of their body, the rest of the drawing will probably look weird.

It can be very fun and rewarding to learn how to draw dogs and other cartoons. This is especially true if you have an appreciation for dachshunds and enjoy making drawings on paper.

If you are just starting out though, it can be best to stick to the more simple designs so that you can learn the basics first before trying more complex drawings.

After you have covered your canvas, you can start adding details such as your dog's fur or body parts.

Remember, the best thing about drawing dachshunds is that once you learn how to draw them, you can draw them over again and come up with new and unique dog drawings.

Free images at Pixabay