Foxes are smart, curious, and clever creatures – but even they need a nap every once in a while! Time to stay quiet, and create our very own adorable, curled-up fox – let’s get started!
Step-By-Step Images and Instructions
Start by using a black pen to draw a curved line, with two small “points” at either end.
Bring a curved line down from the bottom of this, emerging from either side.
Add a jagged line to the bottom of each side…
And take this to a point at the bottom, before bringing a jagged line back up.
Take the two lines to a point in the center, using jagged lines.
Add a curved line to each section…
And then a small triangle to the bottom of this.
Add a wavy “W” shape beneath the triangle nose, and connect this to the bottom of the face with slightly jagged lines.
Add a large, pointed ear to the top right of the head, and add a line just inside this.
Add another layer inside the ear, with pointed, jagged sections…
And then add the outline of the other ear to the left.
Add some inner detail to this, just as before, and then add a jagged tuft of fur in the center.
Bring a curved line across to the left of the left ear, and add a jagged section to the bottom of this.
Beneath the jagged section, take the line down, across to the right, and up, adding jagged sections as you go. Take the line to a point, and then across to the side of the face for that distinctive fox tail.
Add a small “u” shape to the bottom of the nose and face.
Add a jagged line just below this, creating the end of the tail, and then add lines to the left of the face.
Grab a black pen, and use this to shade the tops of the ears and the nose.
Use an orange pen to shade the body and the top of the face.
Next, use a gray pen for the outside of the ears and the end of the tail.
Use an orange pen for the tuft of hair between the ears.
Use a gray pencil to add shading to the bottom of the face and the end of the tail…
And then use a darker orange pen to add a strong outline to the edge of the fox.
Now, everybody stay quiet – that looks like one super sleepy fox, and we would never have the heart to disturb him!