How to Draw Wolves for Kids
Begin by making the shapes for your first wolf like you see here. This step needs two circles, one for the head and another for the body. Draw the facial guides and move along.
Sketch out the actual structure of the head like so, and then draw in the pointed ears. Make some adorable fluffy cheeks and move along.
Draw in the tissue lining on the edge of the ear line, and then draw out the eyes, nose, and mouth.
Draw the front part of the body which is the front legs, and paws. Add some detailing to the chest and then move to step five.
You are already almost done with this tutorial. All you have to do is draw the lining that forms the arched back, and then draw the hind leg, back paw, and then the tail.
The second wolf is going to be drawing from a side view profile. All you need to do is draw the lining that forms the forehead, snout, mouth, and jaw line. Next, make the neck.
Lets finish this tutorial. Draw the front legs, paws, and then the curled tail. Erase the lines and shapes that you made in step one to clean up the drawing.
November 5, 2011
Description: I know there is mixed emotions when it comes to viewing tutorials on stuff that belongs in the ‘for kids’ section. I for one enjoy making lessons for people that have a difficult time drawing things they enjoy and love. That is why I will randomly make and upload lesson based on some simple animals that are very popular, and fun to create. Today I am going to show you "how to draw wolves for kids", step by step. Wolves are fantastic animals that have so much character. I know that they are not very friendly, but they are still beautiful animals and have lots of interesting qualities. Anyways, I hope you have fun drawing wolves for kids, and I will be back with more drawing fun for ya’ll.