Welcome, dear artists! to our drawing tutorial on drawing the Wolf step-by-step with a pencil. We’ll do our best to create this course as simple and easy for you as we can So let’s start!
Drawing people frequently and begin drawing them using skeletons. The skeleton of a wolf is very similar to human skeletons, but the major distinction is that the wolf’s skeleton lies situated in a horizontal plane. Therefore, first sketch the head in the shape of a circle, and the muzzle that is the shape of a cylindrical. Then, draw the neck outline that runs into the spine before going to the back. Sketch out the pelvis and chest by drawing circles. Then at the end of the step, sketch out the legs.
Let’s increase the volume of the wolf’s silhouette. The first step is to sketch out the triangular ears that are located in the upper portion of the face. Then trace the neck in the shape of a cylinder expanding. Following that we draw the outline of the torso, which reduces in the middle. Then, at the end of this process, we add volumes to the hands before we continue to the next stage.
Let’s start adding more details with black and white lines. Draw out the nose, muzzle, as well as mouth of our Wolf. Then make the eyes our wolf. Finally, create a few wrinkles around their eyes as in our illustration.
Draw the outline of the head and the ears of the Wolf. Then draw the lines of the neck. Make sure that the lines drawn on the head, and particularly on the neck shouldn’t be straight. Make use of the alternating strokes that create the pattern of the fur.
Continue with the drawing lesson on drawing the Wolf. We will keep the neckline in the order in order to sketch the back legs. Make sure to the fact that the lines drawn on the limbs are straighter as compared to the neck because the fur on the limbs is not as thick on the legs. After this process, we draw out paws using round toes.
This is the same way as in the first step. Start by drawing the back line which turns into a flowing tail. Then draw the hind legs following the model of the front legs.
Eliminate all unnecessary lines we sketched in the first two steps, as they’re no longer required. Mark the drawing wherever needed to make the wolf appear easy to see and smooth. You could also give a little texture by drawing small strokes.
We’ve almost completed the lesson on drawing a one-of-a-kind wolf. We need to add shadows to create a drawing that is more realistic and full of detail. It is possible to add shadows by hatching, as in our illustration, or create shadows with contrast and dark shades such as in comics (as in our Spider-Man drawing lesson For instance).
If you follow our instructions that you followed, in the end, you’ll be able to create realistic wolves. With the help of this drawing lesson, you can draw the animal in any pose therefore practice drawing it more often, and develop your drawing skills.