how to draw wolf paws

How to Draw Wolf Paws

Step 1.

This is just a review of what wolf paws look like in different angles. The outer paw has no dewclaw and the inner view of the paw has one.

Step 2.

This is a step where you will see what a wolf's paw looks like from the bottom and from the top. The pads are shown from under view and from the top view all you see is the toes and nails.

Step 3.

Now a simple view of the paws and legs from a side view. When looking at a leg and paw from this angle you can see the difference from a front leg and paw and a hind leg and paw.

Step 4.

Draw the guidelines for the legs and then draw shapes for the paws.

Step 5.

We will ow draw the front lining for the legs and paws like so.

Step 6.

Finish the entire design of the legs and paws and when you do this add detailing to the nails and fur.

Step 7.

Erase the mistakes and then add shading to the legs and feet.

Step 8.

The line art comes out looking like the one you see here. Color in the wolf legs and paws and you are done.

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Uploaded: June 27, 2015
Artist: Dawn
Difficulty: Novice  Novice Skill Level
Steps: 8
Updated: June 27, 2015
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I showed you all how to draw the cat paws now it's time to learn how to draw wolf paws, step by step. Wolf paws are just the same as a dogs paw. They are all part of the canine family and have the same genetic makeup. I have drawn more than a few wolves in the past as well as dogs, but I don't think I have ever made a lesson on drawing the paws of a wolf in a detailed manner as I do here. Like the cat paws I will give you helpful tips and tricks that will enable you to be successful with drawing wolves paws in a very simple but defined manner. I do hope that for those of you who did request this tut, it came out in the way you wanted it too. Don't forget to leave some feedback on what you think about this tut. I, in the meantime will be back in a moment with more lessons for you to enjoy.

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