Description: Before we start drawing, let's focus on the teeth.
Wolves have 42 teeth, that are heavy and large, well suited to crushing bone.
The four robust canines are the more evident teeth when the wolf is snarling. Other important teeth to remember when you draw an angry wolf are the incisors (the small teeth on the front, between the canines), they are six in both the upper and the lower jaw.
Description: In the upper part of the image you can see two different facial expressions.
The first one indicate that the wolf prefers to flee. The ears are turned back and the lips are pulled back showing more teeth. The second one indicate that the wolf is ready to fight. Ears and lips are pulled forward and the only teeth visible are canines and incisors. Here some other things you should remember when drawing an angry wolf: - nose and lips are pulled up to show the teeth - this creates wrinkles on the muzzle - in the eyes is usually (but not always) visible the white part (the sclera) - fur on the forehead and on the neck is erected.
Description: Now we will draw an head shot of an angry wolf with open mouth.
Draw the guide lines: a circle, two triangles for the ears, some simple lines for the muzzle, guide lines on the face and two lines for the neck.
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