Of all the creatures in mythology, there are two in particular that tend to command the most attention: the mysterious wolf, and the beautiful unicorn. Ever wondered what would happen if you combined the two together? Well, let’s take a closer look in just a few short steps!
Step-By-Step Images and Instructions
Start by using a black fineliner to draw a unicorn horn in the center of your page, made of small, curved sections.
Add four teardrop shapes to the bottom of this.
Bring a curved line across on either side of this, and then add a triangle at either end for ears.
Bring a line down on either side and join both sides with a curve at the bottom to create the bottom of the face.
Now, add a half-circle shape to the bottom of the face for the nose, and bring down a line for the mouth.
Next, take a curved line across from either side of the nose…
And add two curved lines above this for eyes, adding small marks to the top for lashes.
Draw three lines emerging from either cheek for whiskers…
And then add smaller triangles inside the larger ears
Add small circles on the cheeks…
Bring down two sets of curved lines down from the bottom of the face, both curving in towards the center. Join these at the end to create paws.
Now, bring down two lines from the bottom, and connect these with a horizontal curve…
And then add a small oval shape in the center of the body.
Add two curved sections to the bottom for the legs.
Next, add a series of small oval shapes all across the outside of the body.
Bring across two jagged lines to the right, heading down towards the bottom right corner of the page, and join these at the end to create the tail.
Grab a pink pen, and shade a few of the shapes around the body, a section at the bottom of the horn, and the very top of the horn.
Use an orange pen for the section below this, and a few more of the shapes on the body.
Use a yellow pen for the next stripe down on the horn, and the second section of the bottom of the horn. Shade a few more sections on the body…
And then follow this with a green pen for the third bottom section, the next stripe of the horn, and more of the smaller shapes.
Complete the space at the bottom of the horn with a deep blue, and then add a blue stripe to the horn itself. Shade a few more small shapes…
Finish the horn with a purple pen, and use this to complete the small shapes.
Now, use a pink pencil to shade the main body of your creature.
Finally, fill in the nose with the black pen.
And there we have it – your very own unique wolf-unicorn hybrid to name and write about – there must be a million myths and legends about such a creature!