how to draw a female werewolf

How to Draw a Female Werewolf

Step 1.

Again, we will start with three guides to make the framework for your werewolf figure. Start with a circle for the head, then draw the torso and hip guide. Sketch in the facial guidelines as well as the limb guides.

Step 2.

Now that the guides are drawn, you can proceed with sketching out the shape or structure of the feminine style werewolf face. The snout should be smaller and narrower, and she will have some hair on top of her head like you see here. Draw in the ears, then proceed to step three.

Step 3.

Before we start sketching out the body, we have to work on the face. Therefore, sketch out the shapes of her slightly closed eyes, along with the tip of the nose. You will add some puffiness around the eyes like so, then sketch in detailing to the hair and inside the ears.

Step 4.

The face is done. Next, tackle the task of sketching the very thick, fluffy and neat form of the fur that surrounds the neck and most of her upper body. I tried to make her coat thick and fluffy in some areas to make her body form look like it has clothes on. Add detailing to the fluff, then move to step five.

Step 5.

We will first sketch out the rest of this female werewolf's upper body before we start drawing the limbs. To do so, draw the chest or breasts, then draw in the figure which is defined in an hourglass manner. Sketch out the hips which are wide and tilted. When that is done you can sketch out her long arm along with the clawed hand. Notice that even though the hand is massive, it's still very feminine and that is what we are going for here.

Step 6.

All you have to do here is sketch out the left or right arm like so, then draw in her hand and or fingers. Add some hair or fur detailing to the arm too.

Step 7.

I said that this female werewolf was going to have hair, so that is what you will draw next. The hair should be long and slightly wavy, but you can also choose to do without the hair.

Step 8.

Next, sketch out the long puffy, fluffy thick tail which is swooped to the front of her thighs. Add detailing to her tail to add texture definition.

Step 9.

And for your last step, all you have to do is sketch in all the hair or fur that covers the female werewolf's body along with her thighs. The crotch area is covered with fur too. Add some on the thighs and stomach as well. Erase all those mistakes before you leave this step.

Step 10.

That's it Here is your drawing on a female werewolf. I hope you had fun, but more importantly, I hope you learned something new.

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Uploaded: October 10, 2013
Artist: Dawn
Difficulty: Intermediate  Intermediate Skill Level
Steps: 10
Updated: October 11, 2013
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Artist comments

Here is something wicked cool and it's also a drawing on a concept I never did before. Today I will attempt to show you "how to draw a female werewolf", step by step with this lesson. I know many of you have been waiting a very long time for something like this because I can remember getting requests for a werewolf that was a girl instead of always drawing male werewolves. The contouring of her body shape and how she just look so beautiful even though she is a man eater is just awesome. I can't tell you how fun it was to make this lesson. I know so many of you will enjoy drawing a female werewolf because I did too. Adios people, and don't forget to leave some feedback on what you think. Peace out folks.