The wolf is a mysterious animal. These wild predators have a very interesting way of life, people still can’t understand whether a wolf is a scary predator or a faithful member of its pack. There are a lot of stories and legends about wolves where they are almost always on the dark side.
Interesting facts that you can tell your child:
The wolf’s brain is 30% bigger than the dog’s one and this means that these animals remember more information;
The status of the wolf in the pack depends on its character and behavior.
The leader of the wolf’s pack is always ahead with a high raised tail.
The coloration of the wolf corresponds to the place where it lives;
Wolves can gain speed up to 65 km/h and jump at a height of 5 m.
Follow our instruction and you will be able to draw a wolf easily. Good luck!
Use two ovals to depict the size and the shape of the body: one must be smaller (the head), the other one must be bigger (the body). Connect them with the help of lines.
Draw the arc as it’s shown on the picture on the big oval, which serves as a body.
The wolf is standing, that’s why its paws are placed near to each other.
The wolf has the same muzzle as the dog has – it’s elongated.
It’s lowered down.The tip is slightly pointed.
Look carefully at the picture and compare with your drawing in order not to miss the details.
They are in the form of triangles.
Add the following details.
Draw the outlines of the nuzzle with the help of the lines, draw one eye (the second one is not visible because the wolf stands sideways).
Draw the dotted lines, as it’s shown in the picture.
The wolf is entirely gray.
You can also color the wolf online on the website.