When it comes to creatures that get a bad rep, the werewolf is one that often tops the list. The good news, however, is that these do not have to be scary creatures – and we will prove this in just a few simple steps – let’s get started!
Step-By-Step Images and Instructions
Start by taking a black pen, and drawing two ears in the center of your page – leave the bottoms of both open.
Connect the two ears together using a wavy line…
And then continue this line down on the left, across the bottom, and curving up to the right.
Add another curved line to the tops of the ears, joining the two sides together.
Now, add small “almond” shapes inside each of the ears…
And then add two small, oval shapes inside the main face.
Just below these, draw a small half circle shape…
And then add a wavy line to the left, just below the ear on this side.
Next, add a jagged shape below the chin…
And then repeat this shape with a smaller version inside.
Bring two curved lines out to the left, and then add five “points” to create an arm and hand…
And then repeat this on the right, this time angling down.
Next, bring a line down from the right ear, pointing towards the bottom right-hand corner of the page, and ending with a wave as you head down towards the right arm. Then, join the right arm to the bottom of the central section with a slightly wavy line.
Add a curved line to the bottom…
And then bring two angled lines down to end in a jagged line, and then bring the lines in towards the center, and join then with a short horizontal line.
Now, add two legs – add three angled lines to the bottom right, and a curved line to the left.
Bring two curved lines across to the right…
And join these with a jagged line to create a tail.
Add another jagged line just inside the tip…
And then bring a curved line across from the left, up and round in a circular pattern.
Add another wide oval shape around the feet…
And then use the black pen to fill in the mouth.
Grab a gray pencil, and use this to fill in the tail and body of the werewolf.
Then, use a blue pen for the eyes…
And a purple pen for the trousers at the bottom.
Fill in the bottom of the shirt with a red pen…
And then use an orange pen for the inside of the ears.
Take a brown pencil, and create four small ovals in the space to the right of the werewolf.
Finally, fill in the main ovals with a light brown pencil to complete the look.
See: nobody says that werewolves had to be scary, and this picture proves that sometimes they can be super cute!