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Uploaded: March 8, 2009
Artist: Dawn
Difficulty: Intermediate  Intermediate Skill Level
Steps: 6
Updated: March 9, 2009
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Flying animals are probably the prettiest out of all animals in existence. Well, maybe not in all existence but they are close to being beautiful. As some of you may or may not know, I have been doing my tutorials lately live using ustream. If you are not familiar with these live shows all you have to do is look to the right and you will see a button that says “live” which is blinking with different colors. Yesterday I had a real fun time with my tutorials because there were people in the room laughing and joking around while I was drawing and talking at the same time. Anyways, one of my DragoArt friends asked me to do a tutorial on how to draw a how to draw a winged wolf step by step. So since the wolf is one of my favorite animals I was happy to fill the request. Drawing winged animals is always a fun thing to do because you can get so creative with your drawing. You can also add wings on lions, cats and even a few other animals that you could totally imagine wings on. At first I colored the wolf black, but then a few members (and my mother) said that it was just too dark looking. So after looking at the colored drawing I realized that it did come out a little dark. I recolored the winged wolf a light bright brown so that he would stand out when seen from a distance. The background came out wicked cool as well because there is like a valley of mountains and a big lake. The wolf is drawn front view and I have to say that it came out so good. Once this lesson is submitted I have two more to put up and I think you will find them rocking like a superhero. Anyway, this tutorial will show you how to draw a winged wolf step by step and don’t forget to use a color pallet that you like to customize your wolf the way you want. Or, you can just use the colors I used, your choice. Okay well let me get outta here so I can get to work on submitting the other two lessons that I have for all you kiddies out there. Peace out!