How to Draw a Cartoon Werewolf

Cartoon werewolf drawing

The moon is full, the sky is dark - and this cartoon werewolf, is soon to be out on the prowl! Yup, in this drawing lesson - we've got an easy-to-draw character, based on one of the most popular creatures of fright!

Ready to get started? Awesome!


First Step - Likewise With the Vampire - Try This Approach...

A central framework from which to bring out the size/shape/form of your werewolf - see if you can sketch out something similar using the examples below. Each blue circle/oval is full originally - I cut the lower two off though so you can more easily visualize the structure.

Here it is...

Framework for drawing a werewolf Drawing the shapes of a cartoon werewolf Drawing the arms and legs of a cartoon werewolf Drawing the remaining details of a cartoon werewolf

Big up top, and not so much on the bottom - this design is similar to how a real one would look - in theory that is.

And now - we draw.

Second Step - Draw Your Cartoon Werewolf

The snout of this monster, slightly obscures the eyes. Because of this, it's necessary to draw it first. Something like this may be difficult to visualize at first, but it all comes down to understanding the turns of its head from left to right. Straight on - this obscuring occurs.

Creativity induced --- here's how to draw a werewolf!

Drawing the nose and muzzle of a cartoon werewolf Drawing the eyes of a cartoon werewolf Drawing the eyebrows of a cartoon werewolf Drawing the cheeks of a cartoon werewolf Drawing the mouth of a cartoon werewolf Drawing the teeth of a cartoon werewolf Drawing the upper torso of a cartoon werewolf Drawing the arms and body of a cartoon werewolf Drawing the fingers of a cartoon werewolf Drawing the hands of a cartoon werewolf Drawing the legs of a cartoon werewolf Drawing the feet of a cartoon werewolf Black and white drawing of a cartoon werewolf Drawing of a cartoon werewolf

Nice! And scary!! Actually, I remember previously mentioning that this monster would be a bit on the 'cute' side. Hmmm... I'm thinking not so much now. Looks a bit meaner than I'd planned.

Oh well - haven't ever head of 'friendly' monster like this anyway.

And there it is --- nice work! :-)