The first tutorial shows you how to draw a fox sitting shown here on the left.
The other shows you how to draw a fox lying down like this.
How to draw a fox
Draw a "U" or tulip shape to create the fox's body (the left petal of the tulip) and the fox's tail (the right petal).
Add the front leg.
Add the back leg.
These two arches make the top part or forehead of the fox.
This "V" shaped line makes the fox's chin.
Connect the lines like this and all of a sudden you have ears for your fox.
And connect the other lines like this and you make the fluffy fur on the sides of the fox's face.
This line makes the fox's chest. You can also now erase the first line that made the fox's body, what I called the "tulip" shape before. I left the line in here just for reference.
And now you add the other front leg.
Three little dots make the fox's eyes and nose. If you want, the nose can also be a little triangle.
Foxes have black feet, and so making your fox's feet black will make it much easier to tell that this is a fox, not a dog or a wolf or something else.
Here is the fox colored in with a pencil. Notice that the lower part of the fox's face is left white. The tip of the tail is also left white.
by Pam Neely
Practice how to draw foxes here:
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