|Uploaded:||March 11, 2010|
|Updated:||March 11, 2010|
I have two more tutorials today that will be a part of the “cute” series, and for starters I will submit a lesson that will show you "how to draw a cute wolf", step by step. Wolves are always fun to draw because they are just plain out awesome. Native Americans believe that wolves are spiritual animals. Both wolf and Indian have respect for one an other. They believed them to be very similar with man because both are hunters, both fight for survival to keep their families safe and dependable, and they would defended their packs very much like the way Indians defended their tribes. It's no wonder why Native Americans where one with the wolf. This lesson depicts how peaceful a wolf cub is when left in his dwellings without fear. The cute face, and the cute stubby, chunky looking body, puts a desire on ones artistic soul to tackle this tutorial with confidence, anticipation, and ease. I marked this lesson as intermediate because of the standing pose that the animal is in, but if you follow the directions included with the steps, I feel confident enough that you will succeed in completing this submission that teaches you “how to draw a cute wolf”. You can also choose to color the forest animal gray, or you can choose to add a few color combination's like brown and white. I will be back in a bit with the other “cute” tutorial. Have fun guys, and have a happy drawing day!