We are used to seeing wolves howling, running, and leaping – but not so much sitting quietly! Now is your chance to enjoy this by following our easy guide.
Step-By-Step Images and Instructions
Start by drawing a curved line in the center of your page, and adding two pointed ears to the ends.
Bring down a bumpy line on either side to create the sides of the face.
Then, connect the bottom of the face with a curved line, and a wide “u” shape in the center.
Add two curved lines to the center…
And then add slightly less curved lines below this, joined at the bottom with a curve. Add a line to the top of this to create a nose.
Now, take the tops of the lines across in an “m” shape, and take them down, adding bumps as you go, to the bottom of the face.
Add two circles, one on either side of this central section, and add small marks to the top of this.
Add small triangles inside the ears, adding a jagged line to the bottom.
Now, bring down two curved lines down from the bottom of the face, and bump these off to the sides at the end.
Add a “v” shape in the center of this section, and join the tops of the “V” to the bottom of the face with angled, bumpy lines.
Bring down two more angled lines, ending in horizontal, bumpy lines, to create front paws.
Now, add a large “C” shape to the left…
Take this to a point at the bottom, and then bring a bumpy line across and up to the left side of the body. Add a jagged line to the center of this.
Now, add a small foot to the bottom right, and add a small circle inside this.
Bring a jagged line across the bottom of the paws, and add curved lines on either side.
Now, shade the nose and eyes with a black pen.
Grab a black pen, and shade the edges of the wolf’s coat, as well as the edge of the tail.
Use a pink pen to add a pop of color to the paw.
And just like that, we have created a super cute wolf, sitting for a rest – but what is the story behind him? The rest is up to your imagination!