How To Draw a Wolf
In this drawing lesson we’ll show you how to draw a Wolf in 8 easy steps. This step by step lesson progressively builds upon each previous step until you get to the final rendering of the Wolf.
Here are some facts about Wolves that you might find interesting.
- Wolves can weigh anywhere between 40 lbs and 180 lbs.
- Wolves live in packs which can be as few as 2 members to as many as 25 members or more.
- The average wolf can run up to 35 miles an hour.
- Wolves have 42 teeth.
- The average life span of a wolf in the wild is only 7 years though they have been known to live up to 14 years.
Start drawing the wolf by following each of the 8 steps in sequence.
Step 1: Begin by drawing the forehead of the Wolf.
Step 2: Draw the first ear.
Step 3: Draw the snout.
Step 4: Sketch the upper neck and lower back towards the tail.
Step 5: Draw the mouth and the beginning of the front legs and rear legs.
Step 6: Add the underbelly and lower part of the neck.
Step 7: Draw in the other two legs and add the tail.
Step 8: Finally, draw the nose, eye, and second ear to complete this drawing of a Wolf.