How To Draw A Werewolf

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How To Draw A Werewolf

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Draw circles for the eyes and an oval for the snout. Also create guide lines for the face.

You can now start with the eyes adding color as you move ahead with coloring the drawing.

In mythology, werewolves, or lycanthropes, have the ability to shape-shift or transform into a wolf-man either after being cursed or bitten by another werewolf. They are attributed with super-human strength as well as retaining their wolf senses. Ever wanted to draw one? Well, these easy steps will show you how!

Draw the guide lines of the body with circles and ovals for the head and torso.

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Step 4: Below the muzzle, draw a curved, U-shaped line as a guide for the werewolf’s open mouth. This line should spill out of the head a bit. Make these lines bigger if you want a bigger mouth.

Draw more circles and ovals for the hands and legs, also lines to define the hands, legs and tail .

Português: Desenhar um Lobisomem, Español: dibujar un hombre lobo, Italiano: Disegnare un Lupo Mannaro, Deutsch: Einen Werwolf zeichnen, Français: dessiner un loup‑garou, Русский: нарисовать оборотня, 中文: 画狼人

For the first few steps, don’t press down too hard with your pencil. Use light, smooth strokes to begin.

Step 1: Draw a circle on the upper, left side of the paper as a guide for the werewolf’s head. First make four small marks to indicate its height and width. Then connect the marks using curved lines. Sketch lightly so it’s easy to erase if you make a mistake. But the circle doesn’t have to be perfect. It’s just a guide. If you’re struggling drawing the circle, trace the outer rim of a coin, a lid or any other object with a circular edge.

Add more detail to the guide lines by adding more lines circles and ovals for the joints, palms of the hand and feet.

Can I do this without eraser gum and just use a normal eraser/rubber?

Complete the coloring by adding fur on the figure’s hands, back and feet.

Step 3: Draw the guide for the werewolf’s muzzle as a small, C-shaped line on the left side of the head. Stretch the line inside the circle , and then curve it upward to meet the horizontal line.

Draw a series of curved lines in the head for the hair of the werewolf.

Add details such as fur, body marks, ragged pants, and additional body details.

Start outlining the drawing with darker lines giving the figure a furry werewolf appearance.

Start drawing the wolf like face, with ears and a large mouth.

Add more ovals to serve as guides for the muscles on the hands and legs.

Yes, the purpose for the eraser gum is not to always completely erase something, but to make the lines/shadows faint, or for small areas. If you want to make lines/shadows more faint with a normal eraser, just use it very gently (doesn’t work as well), or for small areas use the corner of a fresh eraser or smaller eraser.

Draw circles for the head and chest, and ovals for the snout and hips.

Step 2: Inside the head, draw two construction lines to help you place the werewolf’s facial features later. The first line should be curved, horizontal, and near the top edge of the circle. Place the second line above the first one. This line should be short and near the left side.

Draw another set of ovals for the legs and feet, add curves with circles on the end for the feet.

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Step 5: On top of the head, draw two triangle-like shapes as guides for the werewolf’s ears. The ear on the left should be smaller because of the way the head is turned.

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Please PAUSE the “How to Draw a Werewolf” video after each step to draw at your own pace.

Draw ovals to complete the arm outline of the werewolf. Add curve shapes for the claws.

Draw another set of ovals for the legs and feet, add curves on the feet for the claws

How To Draw A Werewolf