|Date Added: May 19, 2009|
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Description: Did everyone like the first tutorial on Martin Luther King? I hope you did because I worked hard on it. Animals are sometimes graceful creatures that come in a variety of shapes and colors and they all serve a purpose in our world. Two of my favorite animals is the wolf and the other is a dog. Dogs and wolves are what you call canine animals and they are very similar in a lot of ways. They both howl and bark and or yelp, both animals have paws and claws, tails, canines, fangs, and very mean and fast. My second lesson is going to show you “how to draw wolf paws” step by step, as well as teach you “how to draw dog paws step by step”. The lesson is also filled with helpful hints and tips to help make drawing your wolf paws very easy and fast. There is so many different parts of a wolf's body that can be drawn out and made tutorials out of. For example you can make a tutorial out of “how to draw wolf eyes”, and how to draw wolf heads. The lesson that I am providing for you has multiple positions on different angles of the wolf paw. I have several tutorials on the site already on how to draw a wolf and even how to draw a concept version of a wolf. This is a problem area for many artists that love drawing wolves but have a hard time getting their feet or paws right. I think that you guys will like this lesson on "how to draw wolf paws step by step". I will be back in a while, all you have to do is tackle this tutorial so that you can become better at drawing wolves and or dogs. I mean lets face it, if someone wants to learn “how to draw a dog”, this will definitely be a helpful lesson.