Part 3 of the tutorial I am working on (: I decided to split up the third part into 2. The last one will be about details like the ears, nose, legs & paws, eyes etc (;
Oh and if there are any mistakes in the spelling just tell me and I will fix it right away !
These sketch and study sheets are just the way I have learned to draw wolves. They are just guidelines, of course you don't have to draw them this way. Draw them as you like and use these as anatomical guidelines to help you understand their movement and shapes (; !
I do not own any of the reference pictures I used for drawing these, they are just studies for improvement and to help others out (;
I want to point out that I am NO EXPERT in the field of wolf anatomy or canine anatomy or other animals their anatomy. I simply learned how to draw the basics and I still have to learn a whole lot myself. Thus these studies are NOT perfect. I want to point this out since many people ask me for advice when it comes to drawing canines or wolves and think I'm an expert. But I am not :,D
AND THEY DO! neat, i had never noticed this. i wonder if those wolves are completely pure bred though?? anyway, thank you for this knowledge, i walk away from this a teeny bit smarter than before
I'm not sure either if they are pure bred. But what I do know is that I was surprised as well to find out that there's such a wide range of outer appearances when it comes to the wolf in general :,D I ran into so many interesting looking ones x3
Thank you so much
I also edited the part of the body language considering the ears (;
Thanks for pointing that out !
You mean the first one of the head-sketches ?
He looks pretty much like him yeah :,D Didn't use the insanity wolf for reference though : P
Your tutorial very helping me!
It is so beautiful!
Thank you so much :>
I'm glad to hear that most of the tutorials helped you out though C: !
Thanks a lot ! I'm glad that you like it C: !
Every part is really well explained, and is very helpful! Thanks for doing this!
Incredibly helpful, even if you're still going for a simplistic cartoon-y style.
Thank you so much for this wonderful tutorial!