How to draw a wolf?
Have you ever wondered how to draw a wolf ? How do we choice a good tools to draw animals in general ?
We will see toghether in this free drawing lessons for beginners how we can draw a wolf in few steps using basic tools.
Maybe you never realized it, but pencils play a huge role in drawing animals, specificaly a wolf.
So, here we go here are 9 cools steps to draw a wolf using just few tools in this exclusive pencil drawing .
You can get drawing inspiration for search engines, and try to find a realistic picture of standing Wolf.
So let’s start:
How to draw a realistic wolf in just 9 steps:
Tools you need to start:
- White paper
- Clean eraser
Useful for: kids and novice artists.
Drawing a wolf step by step:
Step 1: Start with basic shapes for our standing wolf.
To begin drawing our standing Wolf correctly in this easy pencil drawing lesson, we will use graphite pencil. Start by drawing circles. We will draw exactly three circles:
- A small one for the wolf head
- Two circles, a bit curved (or an oval), for the body.
Make sure that you don’t sketch hardly by pencil so we can erase it later.
Step 2: Draw wolf head and body orientations.
Draw perpendicular lines for each circle, this will help to define the final forms of the wolf.
For the head the vertical line mark the center and will help us to draw the nose and ears.
Step 3: Sketch Wolf’s legs.
In this step we will sketch direct lines representing the wolf’s pat, as shown in the figure 3.
Step 4: Connect the general appearance of the wolf.
In this step we connect the open places of our drawing and sketch:
- the drawing legs
- some small paws at the end of the wolf’s legs.
- the tail
- the wolf’s ears (two pointed curves on top of the head).
Our drawing should be look like that:
Step 5: Add eyes and nose.
in this step we will skecth the wolf head and more details.
- Add two small tear-shaped figures for the wolf’s eyes.
- Draw the snout.
- You should have the basic drawing skeleton now.
Step 6: The Backround.
Draw the background earth.
Clean the drawing by erasing unnecessary lines and curves using a clean eraser.
Step 9: Done! You finished your drawing.
Finish the work by adding more details.
You’ve finished your drawing lesson how to draw a wolf.