Wolves and wild dogs
Drawing wolves and wild dogs
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Learn how to draw wolves and wild dogs on this page, with some sample tutorials and step-by-step instructions.
Wolves look very different, depending on their habitat. They often live in forests all over the world. Overall, their fur is quite dense, slightly shaggy and usually gray, sometimes mottled brown. They always look shy, as they are very shy animals.
Various tutorials for drawing wolves
Below are some sample tutorials for drawing and painting wolves.
Basic sketch and drawing.
Basic sketch and drawing.Drawing crouching wolf – individual steps
Sketch and drawing.
Sketch and drawing.
Draw wild dogs step by step
Besides the wolf and the domesticated domestic dogs, there are wild dog breeds all over the world. Here I show with some examples how to draw them.
African wild dogs
They are also called hyena dogs, because they are not unlike hyenas. They are extensively spotted, have short fur and very large ears. Their physique is comparatively stocky compared to their height.
The jackal is reminiscent of the coyote due to its shaggy short coat, but its pointed large ears are more like a hyena. Overall, the physique is very similar to that of a fox.
The coyote looks like a pitiful, scrawny, shaggy wolf. His fur is short and beige gray mottled. It has a very robust build, which nevertheless enables the coyote to explore its surroundings quickly as well as quietly.
Dingos are the wild dogs of Australia. They look very similar to domestic dogs, more and more often domesticated dogs mix with dingos. Accordingly, the exterior is characterized. The Dingo is slender with a thick round head.
Information on coloring pictures can be found in this category sorted by material.
In this blog article (in German), you can follow step by step the creation of my painting Painting a Wolf with Pastel Chalk.
From the German Blog
- Drawing a Wolf (with Watercolor Pencils)
- Drawing a Wolf Portrait (with Colored Pencils)
- Drawing and Painting a Wolf (with Pastels)
- Drawing Realistic Animals – Basics (Elena)
- Animal ABC: H for Hund (Dog)
- Tips for Pastel Painting – Experiences of a Pastel Enthusiast
- Blending and Shading with Pencil