Unicorns have a reputation as some of the most mysterious creatures in mythology – but just what do they look like when combined with an adorable fox? Well, let’s take a closer look and get started!
Step-By-Step Images and Instructions
Start with a black pen, and draw a long, thin unicorn horn at the top of your page.
Add a series of curved lines down the length of this.
Add three teardrop shapes to the bottom of this, and add a curved line to the right of this.
Bring a curved line across on either side of the horn…
And then bring down jagged lines on either side.
Bring an angled line down from the bottom of these jagged lines, meeting them in the middle with a point.
Add two sets of triangles on either side of the horn to create the ears of your fox.
Add a black circle in the center o the face, and fill this in with the black pen. Bring a curved line down from the bottom of this, and curve the lines across on either side for the mouth.
Bring an angled line up from either side of the nose, and then take these across to either side.
Add a curved line below this on either side and then add short lines to the top of each of these for lashes. Add two small circles below this for the cheeks.
Add a curved shape to the bottom right of the face…
And then connect this to the bottom of the face with a curved line. Take a curved line below this, then across to the left and up to meet the bottom left of the face to create the body.
Add another curved arm to the left of the body…
And then add an oval shape to the center of the body.
Fill this space with small oval and circle shapes…
And then add two curved legs to the bottom of the body.
Bring a curved, pointed tail across to the right for that distinctive fox tail…
And then add a zig-zag to the end of this.
Use a pink pen to add color to two shapes in the center of the tummy, the spots of color on the cheeks, and the tip of the horn. Add the same shade to the left section at the bottom of the horn.
Use an orange pen for the next stripe of the horn, the top of the head, the ears, and the body and tail. Use the same orange shade for a section in the center.
Grab a yellow pen, and add color to two more circles in the center, the third stripe of the horn, and the central section at the bottom of the horn.
Add color to the next section of the horn with a green pen, and use the same shade for the section below this. Then, use the green for two more sections in the center.
Complete the section at the bottom of the horn with a blue pen, and use this for the next stripe of the horn. Add blue to another of the central circles.
Use a black pen to complete the remaining sections and bring your unicorn fox to life.
And there we have it – an adorable creature just waiting for adventure – but what lies in store?