How to Draw a Fox

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Fits you have to get your supplies,wich includes a pencial, paper and an eraser.

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Step 1:

now you have to draw the first part of the head. just like this.

Step 2:

now add the rest of the head and the chest.

Step 3:

now add a nose, ear and where the white spot on his chest is.

Step 4:

now ad the eye and wiskers and the dotts where the wiskers come from.

Step 5:

now you are ready to insert the hairs, now this is the hard part animals hair growes in diffrent directions.

Step 6:

now fix any thig that looks unsual.

Step 7:

now time for shading. on the opisite side of the lighting on the fox should be the dark part of the shading. on the side closet to the light sorce it should be lighter than the wole fox.

Step 8:

now just sighn it date it and make sure it looks good and show it to the world.

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    thelp

    8 years ago on Introduction

    The eye definitely needs to be moved down and the neck is way too long, but the snout and ears are both pretty good. The drawing you copied probably wasn't the best to use because you can't see the body.

    Try looking at pictures of foxes from different angles as well as drawings of their skulls so you can get an idea of where everything should be.

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    l8nite

    9 years ago on Introduction

     Ive been drawing for many many years one thing I tell anyone who asks for tips is to have LOTS of erasers handy, I like the ones that look like a fat pen as well as a drafters eraser pouch for large areas.  You've done a nice job here. Check out the artist forum at www.wetcanvas.com its a forum for artists of all mediums and skill levels with lots of tips and tutorials as well as help and critiques from other artists