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Werewolf Warrior Drawing Lesson
Step 1. Let us begin by making the guides for the head, shoulder and hands. This requires only four circles with the one circle at the top with a facial guideline.
Step 2. Up next, sketch out the werewolf's snout, chin and forehead. When that is done you will need to sketch in the fluff on the chin and cheeks. Add a defined corner line on the edge of the mouth.
Step 3. Here all you will have to do is draw in the large pointed ears. When that is done add the eye and crinkle on the snout.
Step 4. Fill in the mouth with some gnarly teeth and showing gums.
Step 5. Start sketching out the arched neck and make sure the hair on the neck is spiked. We will then draw the definition to the throat and to the muscular chest. Add the chest and then start the arms.
Step 6. Now is the time you will draw the pates for the arm armor. Start at the shoulders and draw in the shoulder plates. Also draw in the spikes and add definition throughout the armor. At the same time you will need to draw the muscular arms,
Step 7. You have reached your last drawing step. As you can see all you need to do is draw the hands and razor shaped claws. The claws are actually covered by armor sheets. Finish the armor on the right arm and then draw in the werewolf's belly and tail. Don't leave this step until you have detailed the drawing fully making it look like a warrior. Erase the mistakes and all the guides as well.
Step 8. When all is said and done your drawing of this werewolf warrior should come out looking like the one you see here. All that is left to do now is color it in.
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October 21, 2016Artist: DawnDifficulty:
October 21, 2016P.O.V:
Halloween is almost here so that means I will be uploading some wicked cool tuts that can be enjoyed for Halloween or just for the heck of it. Today we will tackle this wonderful lesson on a werewolf warrior dressed in full warrior armor and gear. I can't tell you how awesome this ended up coming out. When I was finished all I did was look at it and said "wow, this is cool". I actually couldn't wait to show you guys this tut because I know how many of you will really love it. Drawing werewolves is one of my favorite monsters to draw. I have been drawing wolf men since I was thirteen and I don't intend to stop now. Anyways, let me shut up so you can all get busy with drawing a werewolf warrior. Let me know what you think when you come across this tutorial. I would love to hear feedback on my work.