How to Draw a Wolf Face & Head Step by Step
This tutorial will show you how to draw a wolf’s face and head from the front view, with detailed line drawing examples for each step. If you’re drawing on paper, it’s a good idea to start with very light pencil lines for the initial construction parts of the drawing.
Step 1 – Make a Construction Line Drawing of the Wolf’s Head
Starting with the basic shape and proportions of the wolf’s head, draw a wolf’s face step by step.
Step 2 – Place the Facial Features
Draw the mouth with two straight angled lines from the bottom part of the snout to the nose, using the same horizontal line for both eyes to ensure they are on the same level.
Step 3 – Refine the Shape of the Face & Add the Details
Draw the wolf’s face with construction lines and organic curves, then add a second set of “wave like” lines along the snout to better define its shape, starting near the nose and ending pointing towards the inner corners of the eyes.
As shown above, draw the eyes and surrounding details, including the pupils, a small set of circles for highlights (light reflections), and a pair of lines near the upper halves of the irises to indicate the area that will be shaded later.
How do you draw a wolf head step by step?
What is the best way to draw a wolf face?
- Step 1: Create a construction line drawing of the Wolf’s Head. Step 2: Position the Facial Features. Step 3: Fine-tune the Face’s Shape.
How do you draw a wolf easy?
- Add a nose and mouth.
- Draw eyes and ears.
- Add two front legs.
- Add two back legs.
- Add a tail.
- Draw fuzzy lines on the face and chest.
- Erase grey lines. Add background.
What is a GREY wolf’s diet?
Wolves are carnivores, meaning they prefer large hoofed mammals like deer, elk, bison, and moose, as well as smaller mammals like beavers, rodents, and hares.
What would eat a wolf?
What Does a Wolf Eat?
- Wolves are unquestionably at the top of the food chain, but humans control nearly all food chains on the planet and can hunt wolves.
- Mountain Lions.
What are wolves scared of?
Wolves, like many large carnivores, are generally afraid of humans and will avoid people, buildings, and roads if at all possible. Although the risk of wolves attacking or killing humans is low, it is best not to feed wolves and to keep them at a respectful distance.
How do you trace a wolf?
Where to Look for Wolves
- If they come closer than 91 meters (300 feet), wave your arms and make noise to show your dominance
- don’t turn your back on them.