How To Draw Fighting Wolves with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. Easy drawings for beginners and Everyone.
Please see the drawing tutorial in the video below
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You can refer to the simple step-by-step drawing guide below
Start with drawing the two head shapes then draw the shapes for the body. These shapes should be connected to a neck guide.
We’ll be working with both wolves at once with this second step, so here we go. Start by drawing the side faces for both wolves. I’ll start at the top of the head, and sketch your way down until the muzzle and mouth are drawn. Sketch the fluffy edges of their faces, then draw their ears down.
Now that the profiles of the wolves are pre-drawn, you can start sketching their faces. Choose one wolf at a time for your quest, then begin the drawing process. Make sure to draw in the dark into the eyes as well as the fine lines or wrinkles on their muzzle. The teeth should also be carefully removed as you want to make sure they are as realistic as possible. Draw the blades, and outline all the details and definitions throughout.
Now it’s time to start with drawing the bodies. Start with just one wolf at a time or you can go ahead and do both wolves if you want. I only say start with one because it can be confusing to deal with two fighting bodies at the same time. Start with the back of the head and outline the neck. The undercoat must have spines to represent the hair growth that all canines acquire when they are preparing for battle or when fighting. Continue lining to form the back and hind quarters of the animal. You will then draw the forelegs and legs as such, as well as the definition for the legs.
Now you can work on the second wolf. Do this by drawing the small part on the neck, then draw the first front paw in a pose like he is trying to push the other wolf away from his face. The front paws and other paws of the top wolf should also be drawn as the chest and abdomen. Draw the stomach of the wolf lying on the ground, as well as the hind legs and feet. Add details where necessary before leaving this step.
Now let’s finish the drawing. Draw the hind legs and hind paws of the top wolf like so. When you’re done, you can draw the tail, then start working on the nape, back lining, and the rest of the wolf’s body. Of course I’m talking about the wolf being crushed to the ground. Outline all the details and definitions for both such wolves. Clear your error, then continue with the complete step.
This is how the wolves will look when your drawing is complete. Now color the two animals using the shades you have chosen. I hope you enjoyed this fighting wolves drawing lesson.