How to Draw a Werewolf Easy

Artist: Dawn / October 6, 2014

Step 1.

Start everything off by making a circle shape for the werewolf's head. Sketch in the facial guideline too.

Step 2.

On the left side begin sketching out the forehead, muzzle or snout for the werewolf's face structure. There is also a mouth, chin and jawline. Sketch in some of the long hair on the chin and cheek line.

Step 3.

Next, draw the top of the werewolf's head and then sketch out the pointed ears.

Step 4.

Here you will draw out the crinkled brow followed by the eye. Add all the detailing around and on the eye, then draw the rolled wrinkles on the snout. Draw the nose and you can move to step five.

Step 5.

Up next, draw the snarling teeth include the fangs. Add the tongue and then add lips around the lining to the mouth.

Step 6.

Now that the face and head of this beast is drawn, you can draw the back of the long neck which should be humped over a bit and have long hairs.

Step 7.

Here you will draw the very muscular physique starting with the shoulders, neck then the chest. Add the rips of defined muscles along the chest, neck, and torso. Erase your mistakes and you are done.

Step 8.

Here is the line art for your werewolf. You can color him in and show off your work to others.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: October 6, 2014
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Description: I know it doesn't seem like it, but this is a lesson on "how to draw a werewolf easy". This drawing took me about thirty minutes to draw. The coloring was an additional forty five minutes. Werewolves are absolutely an essential beast or folklore creature that has made a big impact of all the different figures used as an addition to celebrate Halloween. Full moons, howling in midnight blue skies, and hairy wolf-men creatures out on a hunt. I had fun with this concept and I do hope you guys liked drawing a werewolf easy.