First, let’s draw an outline for the fox’s body shape! One circle for the head and two for the body creates a general idea of fox’s structure so you’re able to draw some stick-like appendages for legs and a circle at each end to show the paws. A long, wavy line drawn onto the circle furthest from the head makes a base for the tail to be drawn onto.
Next, start to draw the actual outline. Ears, eyes, a muzzle, and a more defined shape to the head really creates the fox’s face. You can also give the legs more shape. Expanding the width of the legs and attach the paws more firmly. The tail on a fox tends to be big and fluffy, so don’t be afraid to give him a nice fuzzy tail!
Almost done! Now we can add some details! Foxes have lots of fur, so you can draw some on the head and body or where ever you think it’d look best! Adding extras to the face like a nose, pupils, a mouth, and eyebrows really gives it character! Changing the shape of the eyebrows and mouth can give the fox a completely new expression, so experiment! The last thing to add would be paws and claws. Each foot has five, but the two facing closest don’t show the fifth claw.
And there you go! Your very own fox! Give him some color and he’ll be looking really nice.
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