How To Draw A Cartoon Wolf
How To Draw A Cartoon Wolf
In this video, a cartoonist shows you how to draw a really simple but cool cartoon wolf.
Hi. My name is Mik, Mik Brown at miko-cartoon.com.
I'm a cartoonist and I'm going to show you how to draw some cartoons. Let's have fun. Hi, I'm now going to show you how to draw a cartoon wolf.
My wolf, I think it could be quite a spiky character, so not so many round kind of shapes. Let's put a nice one there rather than just a round cute eye, this is quite a serious one and a bit cross-eyed there as well. So that's his nose of course, the eyes, on to the ears, pointy ears, let's do two thin pointy ears.
That's enough to his head, let's join this on here, his body, so he's leaning odd. Actually, I hope I have enough here to put on his tail and all of that. So, I'm just going to put on the rest of his body leaning forward and in his legs, a long paw.
We'd do the same kind of leg on the back. Don't forget whenever you're drawing anything, you can always look out for reference if you don't remember very exactly what something looks like, so, or copy anybody's work. That's all a good thing, copying another cartoonists' work, that's the way to practice, you know.
Practice, practice. I actually draw near enough everyday because that's always something interesting to draw. You commission work or you feel that you come here with a particular idea.
And that's one angry wolf. It's funny, you know, when I draw things too, I also create the shape, I put the expression on my own face in the animal that I'm drawing. So when I'm drawing, I then do a fox like this and I tend to put on an angry face which I think is very amusing for anybody watching me draw.
And there we go, eyebrows. Again, you can sort of feel if you do that yourself, that angry expression on your face. What comes out is you're able to feel.
The wolf here is scary, spiky wolf, with a shiny shiny nose, I think, probably down just to make things interesting, have the teeth. I'm just adding the jaw now. And he's actually got a hunch here, there we go.
This long tail disappears at the edge of the paper. And on to my drawing board, the neck here, taking out there a chicken or what he's after, and we got now the legs on to the foot there. The other one there, the other side, I tend to draw when something's on the other side, just put a shadow and that makes it look same with the other ear, to just put a side on his face.
A shadow on the neck here to make sure that the head stands out, another underneath there and a shadow by the tail. Something nice and rounded there, this wolf is out at night, so I'm going to do the moon and some cloud parting there. Here we go.
I'm just going to put a shadow over here. And that's how to draw a cartoon wolf. .