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How to Draw a Wolf Tattoo, Wolf Tattoo

Artist: Dawn / September 8, 2011
How to Draw a Wolf Tattoo, Wolf Tattoo

Step 1.

Begin with a circle for the head and then draw a single guide for the snout.

Step 2.

Using the shape you just drew in step one, begin sketching out the forehead, and ears like so. When that is done use the same lining that you used for the head to draw out the snout and jaw.

Step 3.

Using a light stroke, begin sketching in the texture detailing and definition to the fur or coat. Add detailing inside of the ears, and then draw out the darkened eye like so. Lastly, draw out the nose tip and color in a nostril hole.

Step 4.

You will begin the first layer of fur strands that will actually be sued to shape out the rest of the head, and also form the neck. Take your time and follow the pattern you see here. It should come out looking more like separated strands.

Step 5.

Continue the same type of drawing technique until you get more and more of a full, layered hair look.

Step 6.

Finish drawing out the last pieces for the wolf's head and neck design, and then move along to the last drawing step.

Step 7.

For the last step, simply draw out a tribal pattern behind the wolf's head like so. You can choose to replicate the design you see here, or create your own.

Step 8.

When you are all done, the drawing should look like the one you see here. Now you can tweak it to perfection. Thanks guys and I hope you enjoyed drawing a wolf tattoo.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: September 8, 2011
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Tags: how to draw wolves, draw tattoos
Description: If you have been waiting a while for an epic wolf tattoo design, I have the one for you right now. Today I am going to follow some advice and make a lesson on how to draw a wolf tattoo, step by step. The tattoo design that I drew yesterday is a black and white creation because I thought that maybe something subtle would be brighter, and more colorful than a fully colored drawing with bright blues, reds, and even purples. Here is a side view of a nicely drawn wolf that has a simple tribal pattern in the background. If you have been searching for a really cool, simple, and clean design for a wolf tattoo, here is the one for you. So I hope you have your best sketching pencil at hand because you will now be teaching yourself how to draw a wolf tattoo to perfection. Thatโ€™s all I have for you, well at least for this tutorial. I will meet you back here in a few so stay tuned in for more drawing fun.