How to Draw a Fox Face
This fox drawing is shown in red, but you can easily change it to gray and white, gray and brown, etc. Whatever color scheme you choose, I recommend that students color the fuzzy edges around the eyes, nose, and chest as shown in my sample.
Prang Crayons are softer than other crayons, so they sometimes look like oil pastels, and Crayola has some of my favorite golden orange and yellow colors that are a bit richer and warmer.
Erase gray lines. Trace with a marker and color. Draw an upside down curve and add matching zig zags on the sides. Draw a centered chin and connect the sides to the chin. Start the eyes and add a nose. Add shoulders and a background.
More Fox Drawing Projects
Some of the techniques used to draw animals include How to Draw a Red Fox, a Baby Fox, and a Fox with a Tie. Do you know how to draw a cat?
How do you draw a fox face sketch?
- Draw an upside down curve.
- Add zig zags on the sides to match.
- Draw a centered chin.
- Connect the sides to the chin.
- Draw two ears.
- Begin the eyes.
- Finish the eyes and add a nose.
- Add shoulders and a background. Erase gray lines.
What does a fox’s face look like?
Furthermore, foxes have a very pointed face with a long and narrow snout, as well as very pointed ears that stick straight up off their heads. A red fox has red fur, but you can guess the color of other fox species’ fur from their names, such as the gray fox.
Do foxes eat frogs?
Foxes are omnivores, eating small mammals, birds, reptiles, frogs, eggs, insects, worms, fish, crabs, mollusks, fruits, berries, vegetables, seeds, fungi, and carrion in the summer, and mice, rabbits, and other small animals in the winter.
How do you draw a Easy peasy Fox?
Instructions for drawing a fox step by step
- Draw an arch.
- Draw two arches within the head.
- Draw ears and facial features u2013 eyes and nose/snout.
- Draw the shape below the head u2013 almost like a heart, but without the top.
Who eats a fox?
Foxes are preyed upon by higher-up the food chain animals such as coyotes, mountain lions, and large birds such as eagles.