In this quick tutorial you'll learn how to draw a Wolf Pup in 6 easy steps - great for kids and novice artists.
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At the bottom you can read some interesting facts about the Wolf Pup.
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How to Draw a Wolf Pup - Step-by-Step Tutorial
Step 1: Start out by drawing the wolf pup's head. It should look a lot like the head of a puppy dog--wide at the top with a longer, narrow nose.
Step 2: Next draw the ears, eyes and nose. The ears are big and pointy, like triangles. For the eye, draw an oval in the middle of the head. For the nose, draw a half-circle. Did you know? Wolf pups are born blind and deaf, meaning they can't see or hear!
Step 3: Now draw the body and tail. The body is a long straight line, and the tail is short and curves upward. The tail also comes to a point at the end.
Step 4: Draw the front leg. Don't forget to draw small lines separating the wolf pup's toes.
Step 5: Now draw the belly and the hind leg. The leg should be wide and muscular at the top and much skinnier at the bottom.
Step 6: Finish the details on your wolf pup's body by drawing the other legs. When you're finished, think about coloring your pup. Wolf pups are raised by the whole pack of wolves, not just the parents. Be sure to draw your pup's community too!
Interesting Facts about Wolf Pups
Wolf pups are baby wolves. On average, wolves give birth to about four to six pups at a time. A group of newborn wolf pups is called a litter. Wolf pups are usually born inside dens that are sometimes dug out from the ground or stolen from other female wolves. The underground dens can be 10 to 30-feet long tunnels.
Did you know?
- Wolf pups are born deaf and blind.
- The entire wolf pack raises the wolf pups.
- At about three months old, parents teach their pups how to hunt.
- Wolf pups are born in the spring.
- Wolf pups and adults like to play together by chasing each other and jumping over one another.
- Before wolf pups are able to eat food, they are fed their mother’s milk.
- When wolf pups are born, they have blue eyes.
It takes about 63 days for wolf pups to be born. At birth, they weigh only about one pound each and 8 inches long. After about 12 to 15 days, wolf pups open their eyes. When they are two weeks of age, wolf pups learn how to walk. At three weeks old, they leave the den for the first time.