Now start adding a final layer of shading by starting with the eyes again. You can then delete the guidelines and add some color if you want to. The eyes of a timber wolf are usually bright yellow, but in rare cases they may become green or permanently stay blue. Under the inner corner of each eye, draw a small, curved line for the wrinkles on the face. A little bit curved, like this.
The new lines in each step are shown in red, so you'll know exactly what to draw next. Just use the rules to create outlines of all the areas. Add a couple of jagged points along each curved line to represent the wolf's fur. This is going to be quite a challenge for me. In each example picture, the new lines drawn in that step are highlighted in light blue. Draw a bean-like shoulder and half-circle-like thigh.
And we are going to draw… we have this radius here, from the circle, and we take this length of the radius and make a mark right here. Step 6: Draw the mouth and feel free to add details and shadows to your sketch in order to accentuate the ears, eyes and the fur of your wolf. Draw an oval shape head. Are you ready to draw a gray wolf? These lines will also be drawn in a tribal pattern so take your time. At this point, your wolf should look already like a wolf, just in its summer coat. Step 2: Draw a couple of arcs on top of the head as guides for the wolf's muzzle.
Add huge panda-like patches where the eyes will be. Again, not very realistically, but of course it's completely up to you how you want to draw it. Add some dots for the whisker holes, and then move to step five. The next one is going to be the front view. Yeah… And the other movie I am going to tell you in the next video. Just to give you the basic shape. Join me for another fun lesson coming up in a bit.
Notice how their paws are often cow-hocked — splayed out. To aid in visuals, it will help to look at references. If drawing is looked at as creating pieces of a whole, instead of looking at the overall picture, drawing becomes much easier. This is the line where the ear will start and the eyes will sit. To learn how to draw a howling wolf, scroll down! Great for artist's and student use. Make the mark longer and wavier for the top edge of the nose. Today we are going to draw a head of a wolf, and this is going to be the first video of my wolf series.
Ready the drawing for the final layers of fur. Want to draw a wolf's face? Single wolf howls to attract the attention of his pack, while communal groans might send territorial messages from one pack to another. You will want to sketch your lines lightly at first, as some lines will need to be erased in order to complete the drawing. Whether you know it or not, everybody has artistic ability. To create this article, 91 people, some anonymous, worked to edit and improve it over time. You can always add some lines or make some lines longer.
Just one little thing: What I did is, I did not just use some greys and do everything with it, but I like to put in a little bit of color into it. If you'd like you can divide the face one more time from top to bottom as ill show in the third picture though I don't like to use it anymore. Draw a very tiny vertical line going down from the bottom of the center of the nose. The ancestors of domestic dogs, wolves are known for their iconic howling. The top circle should be almost directly under the head.
The nose, paw pads, and claws are always dark. Wolf facts say that wolves are legendary because of their spine-tingling howl, which they use to communicate. So yeah, I'm going to use that and I will draw at first a circle, as often. All that is left to do is to add the final details, like a little more fur, and some whiskers. We have this kind of box here.
I am looking everywhere for wolf pics to draw just for fun and practice. Remember to use perspective here. And now the next thing will be the ears. So we keep that in mind when we draw the fur later. Make a half circular arc starting at the inside point of the right eye socket and extending down, away from the eye. The forepaws are often larger than the hind ones.