That's it for the guides! For the next steps, use darker lines for a more defined drawing.
Step 6: Inside the head, at the top, draw two small arcs for the eyes. Draw the arcs on top of the horizontal construction line and on either side of the vertical line. Add a short line under each arc to complete the shapes of Pumbaa's eyes. The inner tips of the eyes should dip down a bit toward the middle. Inside each eye, draw a small dot for the pupils. Place the pupils close to the right edge of the eyes. Above each eye, draw a small arc that's parallel to the eyes to create the brows.
Step 7: Draw Pumbaa's snout by first lightly sketching a line that starts at the eye on the left, and then curves to the left. Notice how the line dips first, and then extends to the outside of the big circle. At the tip of the line, lightly sketch a big triangle-like shape for the actual nose. Pay attention to how big this triangle is in relation to the big circle and how it overlaps it. When you get the both the shape and the curved line right, darken them. As you darken the curved line, make it overlap onto itself a couple of times for the wrinkles on the snout.
Step 8: Inside the nose, draw a couple of oval-like shapes for the nostrils. Sketch lightly at first. When you get the shapes right, darken the lines. Pumbaa's nostrils should be pointy at the top. Draw a curved line inside each for extra detail. On the lower, right side of the nose, draw a line that curves to the right for the rest of the muzzle. Don't draw this line too far to the right because that's where Pumbaa's tusks will be.
Step 9: Draw the first tusk to the left of the nose using a couple of curved lines. The lines should be long and meet at the top to form the tip of the tusk. To the right of the nose, draw Pumbaa's other tusk the same way but curve the lines to the right instead. The tip of this tusk should almost touch the eye on the left side.