How To Draw a Wolf step by step for kids with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions.
Please see the drawing tutorial in the video below
You can refer to the simple step-by-step drawing guide below
Draw a long oval shape to the body.
Make sure you are using a pencil for draft drafts so you can delete it later to make it neat.
An oval should be larger and longer and should be tilted upwards. This is the neck and head of the wolf.
The other oval should be drawn at the other end of the body. A longer, thinner, vertical oval will be added to the tail.
Right next to the tail and at the bottom of the oval shape, add two circles for the joints.
For the muzzle, add a smaller oval just in the same direction as the neck / oval head.
Adding a tear under the muzzle will be a function.
Because of the angle, only one ear can be seen. And to draw this, just draw a small rounded triangle in the opposite direction as the muzzle.
Add legs by drawing the lines below your joints. The hind legs should bend towards the tail.
Add the same lines to determine the width of the wolf’s legs. The bottom of the foot should look flat on the ground.
Add a pair of hind legs to the ones you drew earlier. Because they can only see a bit from the scene, just draw a small part of them, peek behind the legs
Add 2 pairs of rings at the bottom of the foot.
You should have basic skeleton drawings right now.
Use a pen, draw on top of your sketch.
Keep in mind the overlapping lines and the parts that need to be hidden.
Remember to use fuzzy curves to get the wolf’s hair.
The art line may not look perfect and sharp but it will look neat when the pencil is erased.
You can add details such as ears, eyes, mouth, nose, feet, claws and feathers.
You can also add extra lines to emphasize legs and feathers.
Depending on the wolf variety, there may be different shades from gray to brown or even white.