We all know how swift and fast foxes can be – but have you ever had the chance to see one running wild and free? Well, why not take a closer look – we have all you need to know!
Step-By-Step Images and Instructions
Grab a black pen, and draw an “n” shape, angled at around 45 degrees, in the left of your page.
Bring a curved line down from the end of this, heading towards the bottom left-hand corner of the page, and add a small “teardrop” shape to the bottom.
From the bottom of this, bring a curved line across to the right, and then down towards the bottom right-hand corner of the page.
Next, bring a wavy line across from this nose, and then take this down towards the angled line below.
Draw a small teardrop shape inside the original “n” to create the ears…
And then add another almond shape to the face for the eye.
Use the black pen to add color to the left side of this.
Now, add a curved line to the bottom section for the mouth…
And then continue the bottom line across, loop it round, and bring it back up for a front leg.
Add another leg just above the first…
And then add jagged lines to the ends of these to create the paws.
Bring a curved line across from behind the ears, and wave this to the right, and down as you reach the end.
At the end of this line, add another long loop for the back leg, and then take the bottom line across and up.
Connect this back section to the front with a curved line…
And then add another curved line just below this.
Bring a large, pointed bushy tail out to the back, pointing towards the top right-hand corner of the page.
Add a bumpy line to the end of this to create that distinctive fox tail.
Now, add another leg to the back, and add jagged line to the end of each.
Use a black pen to shade the ends of the legs, the inside of the ears, and the end of the nose.
Then, use an orange pen to shade the rest of the main body of the fox.
And voila – your very own fox, just waiting for adventure. All he needs is a name!