Wolves have a strong reputation for being majestic, beautiful, and mysterious creatures – but have you ever seen one with wings? You may be about to if you follow our few short, simple steps – let’s get started!
Step-By-Step Images and Instructions
Start by taking a black pen, and drawing a wide “ring” at the top of your page – this will be a halo!
Now, add two pointed ears below this, and join these in the middle with a short, curved line.
Beneath this, add two “pointed” shapes, pointing out in opposite directions towards the edges of the page. The top of the “arrow” should come up slightly higher than the bottom of the ear.
Join the two sides of the face with a curved line…
And then add a line across from the top of the “arrow” on each side to create the inner section of the ear.
Now, add a short mark on the left of the face, and then add a curved line below this. Just above the bottom of the curved line, add a short, horizontal mark.
Extend the curved line down, across, and up to meet the horizontal line and create a leg. Add another leg to the right of the first using the same method.
Now, add a curved shape to the right of the right leg, and connect this to the bottom of the head…
Before adding three long, thin “bumps” to create wings.
Return to the mark you made on the left of the head, and extend this out slightly. At the end, add a small circle, and then create a long, thin stick with two vertical, parallel lines.
Add a large star to the top of these lines – your wolf needs a wand!
Now, add a few more “bumps” to this side to create another wing…
And then add two curved lines to the face for the eyes.
Below the eyes, add a small oval shape, and fill in the bottom half of this with the black pen. Next, bring two curved lines down and across for the mouth.
Add a small “u” shape to the bottom of this…
And then use a gray pen to add a series of wavy lines all across the face.
Fill in the gap between the lines with the gray pen…
And then use it to add curves to the feet, arms, and tummy.
Just as before, use the gray pen to fill in the spaces between the wavy lines.
Grab a lighter gray pen or a gray pencil, and add color to the top of the head, and the inside of the wings, leaving the tips white.
Use a yellow pen to fill in the halo, and the star on top of the wand…
And then a red pen for the inside of the mouth.
Grab the gray pen, and add slight shading around the nose, and the bottom of the face.
Use a pink pen to add color to the inner ears…
Add shading to the inner ears with the gray pen.
And just like that, you have managed to create a whole new creature – now it is up to you to give it a name!