Real Werewolf Drawing Lesson

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For the first step you will draw out the shapes for the head and shoulder, then draw in the guidelines for the mouth and back.


for the second step all you have to do is sketch out the top part of the snout which should also be crinkled because it's snarling. Once the snout looks good, draw the eye and the eye crinkles and creases for added dramatic affect.


We will now draw the long pointed ears and then draw in the rest of the snout and bottom jaw. Be sure to add some hair detailing on the chin and cheek. Once that is all done proceed to work on the back part of the head and neck like so.


We will now work on the werewolf's hands or claws. I wanted to draw the hands larger than the face because these are the very hands that tears apart the victims the beast claims.


Up next, draw in the chest and neck detailing which consists of hair. Then draw in the nails or claws on one hand and nail beds on the other. Add the paw pads and bone detailing on the tops of each hand.


Lastly, finish this step by drawing the werewolf's gnarling teeth followed by the slime or saliva spitting from the mouth. Add some whisker holes as well. Erase the mistakes and all the guides too.


That's it, you are all done. Now you can go ahead and color in your real looking werewolf drawing.

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December 4, 2015

Description: I have done many werewolves in my day but none as awesome as the one you are looking at now. Today we will be learning how to draw a real werewolf using some pretty cool drawing technique that focuses on some of the most prominent parts of the werewolf's body that they are recognized and known for. This drawing took me around four hours. An hour to sketch out and draw and then another two to four hours to color. Anyways, I do think that folks will enjoy this wonderful, but challenging task on drawing a real werewolf. Again, I will be back so stick around.

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