Practice makes perfect, you know what does not? Reading 10 different guides. I'd expect to easily make my own conclusion after reading about 3, but EVERY SINGLE ONE teaches different ratios. Some say the snout is 1/8, but ones like yours say it's at 1/16. Frustration aside, I find the body incredibly easy to draw compared to the head. For those of you wondering about the legs, there are 4 joints in each: the one inside the body, the "toe", then 2 more in between. both fore and back leg segments roughly follow 1:1:2:0.25 from top down.
Yeah, if i could only get to a damned printer, I could show you how much it improved. I've been drawing that little thing from fallout equestria from the end of chapter 17 to about a quarter of chapter 18.
Considering I lack fine motor control in the muscles in my hands (a bi-product of ADHD I believe) I can never make anything that looks that smooth, at least with a pencil. Doesn't matter how much I practice either, my hands just shake uncontrollably. BUT, this is a fine tutorial for anyone who has the least bit of skill. Love the comments ("Looks like a pizza" lol).