Below you will see a step-by-step guide on how to draw a werewolf, easy enough even for kids. The lesson consists of ten simple steps.
Hey! We all love to draw animals, but what if animals are humanized? It may seem daunting, but in this tutorial, we will show you how to draw a werewolf for kids.
This mythical character is often seen in various films and books. Werewolves are known to transform from human to animal and vice versa. A werewolf usually turns into a wolf on a full moon. Therefore, in this drawing lesson, we will try to master this skill and draw a werewolf—a half-wolf, half-human.
Time needed: 30 minutes
How to Draw a Werewolf for Kids
- Draw the head.
The head will be round, but the pointed nose will stick out to the side.
- Add the tip of the nose and ears.
Draw a small circle at the tip of the nose. Also, add the ears on the head, which are triangular.
- Add eyebrows and hair.
It is necessary to give the face rough and evil features. We will do this using the eyebrows in the form of long triangles. Pay attention to the tufts of hair at the back of the head.
- Draw the eyes and mouth.
Under the eyebrows, you need to paint over semicircles—this will be the eye contour. And inside, with bold dots, add the pupils. The werewolf must have a wicked smile. Draw a semi-oval and add sharp triangles to it: this will make the jagged mouth.
- Draw the body.
The body of the creature is drawn in the form of a trapezoid. Add some fur to the chest.
- Draw the arms.
Draw rounded arms on the sides of the body.
- Add hands.
Note that the werewolf has 4 fingers on each hand.
- Draw the legs.
At the bottom of the torso, draw the legs, which are arranged in an arc shape.
- Draw the feet.
The last step is where you need to finish drawing the feet. Follow the example from the instructions.
- Color your drawing.
You can color the drawing using the colors of our example, or you can dream up.
Wonderful! You’ve drawn a great drawing of a werewolf! Try to draw more often, and you will see how your skills as an artist get better every day. We are waiting for you at other step-by-step drawing lessons!