The wolf is a social creature, and their pack is one of the most important things in their lives – and essential for the survival of each individual wolf. To celebrate this incredible bond, we are going to learn how to bring a wolf pack to life before your very eyes – let’s get started!
Step-By-Step Images and Instructions
Start with a black pen, and draw a “backwards C” shape in the left of your page.
Add a small black dot to the curve of the “C”.
Add a curved line to the top to this…
And then add two curved points to the top of this, with smaller triangles inside each. Shade these smaller triangles for ears.
Add a small almond shape to the face, and shade the left side of this. Add a mark to the top for a brow, and then another mark to the right of this.
Now, add a curved line to the bottom of the face, pointing towards the bottom left-hand corner of the page.
Extend the top line behind the ear, and take this to the left. Then, bring another curved line down from the bottom of the chin.
Return to the line at the top. Continue this down towards the bottom of the page, take this to a point, and then take the line back up to form a tail.
At the top of the tail, take the line down and across, then add a “bump” to the back, and take the line down to three “bumps” at the bottom – these will be the toes of the back leg. Bring the line up on the other side, and then take it across towards the top right-hand corner of the page to form the back leg.
Now, bring another leg down from the front.
Now, connect the front and back legs with a curved line.
Add another leg to the front, just behind the first one, and add three toes to this…
Now, add two curves to the bottom of the foot at the very front to create toes here.
Add another leg to the back, just in front of the one you have already drawn, and add small marks for toes.
Now, add a “flame” shape to the right of this wolf, just above on the right.
Add another, smaller curved triangle shape inside the first to create an ear…
And then add another ear to the right of this one, and connect the two with a curved, horizontal line. Add another line to the right of the second ear, heading down towards the bottom right-hand corner of the page.
At the end of this, take the line across to the bottom left, add a small black circle, and then take the line down and up towards the top left-hand corner. Next, add a line to the top of the black circle.
Connect this shape to the top left ear with a curved, angled “C” shape to create the face of a second wolf.
Now, bring a line down from the left of the face. Take this down to the bottom of the page, add three toes, and then take the line out on a “bump” to the right, and up at a slight angle.
Add a curved, diagonal line to the top of this, and then add a second leg to the right of the first.
At the top of the second leg, bring two curved, parallel lines across to the right slightly, Add two more curved lines to the top and bottom of this curve, and angle the, up to meet one another.
Just behind this new shape, add a back leg – keep this wide at the top, and narrow it down as you reach the bottom.
Connect this back leg to the right side of the face with a curved line…
And then add a second leg to the back, below the shape you drew in the middle.
Now, add a curved, pointed shape to the space between the back legs to create a tail.
Add a wide, curved “V” shape to the chest…
And then add two almond-shaped eyes to the face, with a curved line to the left of each. Add small droplet-shaped brows above the eyes.
Next, add the outline of another face to the right of this wolf, complete with an ear on the right.
Add the second ear and connect the two together to form the outline of the face.
Bring another curved line down from the right ear, heading towards the bottom of the page.
Then, take this across at the bottom, angling it to the left. Reflect this with similar shapes on the left.
Add a leg to the right side…
And then bring a curved line across from the left of the face. Take this to the left, then down towards the bottom, flick it out to a point, and then take the line across towards the right.
Now, add a back leg in front of the tail…
And add a second leg to the front, connecting these with an angled line. Join this to the leg at the back with another diagonal line.
Follow this with a curve for the belly, and add the fourth leg to the back.
Now, add a small, curved triangle to the nose, and shade this with the black pen. Add a square “U” shape to the bottom of this, and then two marks for the nose.
Add two eyes and brows above this…
And then use a gray pen to shade the tips of the tail on each wolf, as well as the top of the back and the central “stripe” of the face on each.
Use a lighter gray pen to shade the main body of the wolves, leaving the chest, tummy, feet, and face of the animals.
And there we have it – your very own pack of wolves, just waiting to go on their next adventure – but where will life take them? The rest is up to your imagination!