This instructable is going to be a collection of four guides that I've managed to find on the internet on how to draw wolves that I've found helpful. Because of this, the credit for the guides does not go to me since I did not create them. Each step will have one guide and beneath some information about it (i.e. what materials I recommend, how helpful I think it is).The reason I created this is because for a veeerrryyyy long time, I did not think I could ever be able to draw either animals or people. But, since wolves are my favorite animal I still tried desperately to draw one, though I never could get it right.....they always came out horrible. So, I looked up guides on drawing wolves. Ever since I got them I've been able to draw wolves, thus, for anybody else out their who wants to try drawing a wolf.......these are the best ways to learn that I've found.
Step 1: Guide #1
This is definitly the most helful guide I've found so far. As you can see the top of the page deals with three different views of the wolf's head, side view, head on, and howling. The bottom of the page deals with a full body view of a wolf, side on. It also show's some examples of what wolf drawings look wrong. This works well cause' all the wolf drawings that can be created by following these instructions exactly will look equally good drawn small, or very large. It's also nice because very few guides contain that much information on a single page, and don't look cluttered. You've probably noticed that all the wolf head's guides can be started drawing with a single circle. Because of this, I've found that for large drawings a roughly 4-inch diameter circle works best.