How to Draw a Realistic Wolf

In this quick tutorial you'll learn how to draw a Realistic Wolf in 8 easy steps - great for kids and novice artists.

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How to Draw a Realistic Wolf - Step-by-Step Tutorial

Step 1: Draw the head first. Draw a small "U" for the snout. Draw a small hollow circle at the bottom for the nose. Now draw a fuzzy curved line on either side of the snout.

Step 2: Draw two triangle-shaped ears with smaller triangles inside for detail. Now join both ears on the top for the top of the head.

Step 3: Draw two almond shaped eyes below the ears aith small dots in them for pupils.

Step 4: Now draw the body by drawing a fuzzy curved horizontal line starting from the top of the head going towards the right. Draw a smaller fuzzy curved line at the bottom of the neck for the neck.

Step 5: Draw a fuzzy line arising from the back of the body of the wolf and draw a "V" shaped fuzzy end of the tail.

Step 6: Next, we draw the legs. Draw the front leg by drawing a straight fuzzy line below the neck, ending in a circular paw and then coming back up with very fuzzy detail. Now draw the hind leg by drawing a curved fuzzy vertical line next to the tail ending in a paw with two tiny hollow circles. Now draw a fuzzy curved line back up towards the body making the top of the hind leg very wide. Add some lines in the middle of the legs for detail.

Step 7: Draw a fuzzy line between both legs fo rthe belly.

Step 8: Draw the other two legs, one behind the front leg and one behind the hind leg. Make sure the hind one is more angled at the knee then that front one.

How to Draw a Realistic Wolf - Step-by-Step Tutorial

How to Draw a Realistic Wolf – Step-by-Step Tutorial