The wolf is a mighty, mysterious creature, and the centerpiece of myths and stories across the world. Now, we have a chance to enjoy a new take on these wonderful creatures by adding a geometric twist – let’s get started!
Step-By-Step Images and Instructions
Begin by using a black pen to draw two lines, both angled and joined at the end, in the center of your page.
Bring down two longer lines, pointing towards the bottom corners of the page.
Bring two more lines in, angled in to the bottom, and then two shorter lines to connect at the bottom.
Bring two sets of lines down on the inside of the shape. Take them in, then angle them out and back in.
Add a square, tall “U” shape to the bottom of the shape…
And add a horizontal line to the bottom of this. Connect this to the side lines.
Bring two lines up from the horizontal line at the bottom…
And add a “V” shape to the bottom of this.
Bring a line up to the center, and then add two lines on either side.
Bring two short lines up to separate this top section.
Add two “diamond” shapes to the center – these will be the eyes.
Divide the sections around this into more diamond shapes…
And repeat this on the section at the bottom.
Add lines to connect the central section to the outside lines.
Repeat this on the bottom…
And then add abstract ears to the top of the head.
Divide this into three long rectangles, and a triangle on either ear.
Use the black pen to shade the triangle, and the nose at the bottom.
Use a yellow pen for the eyes…
And then grab a blue pencil to shade the rest of the ears and the central section of the face.
Now, shade the rest of the face with a gray pencil.
And there we have it – a mysterious, curious geometric wolf, just waiting for an adventure… can you oblige?