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So many people have been asking me to make a feline tutorial, but since there are tons of different types of felines, I would have to make several tutorials to cover most of them. I decided to start with cheetahs, and I'll be doing tigers and lions at some point along with smaller cats. I am not doing every kind of cat, only cats that I'm used to drawing.

Anyway, I hope you find this helpful~ :meow:


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Here's the Shading and Lighting part. I tried to make it as understandable as possible, so if you still have any questions ask and I'll try to answer as best as I can. :)


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Characters Featured © DappledSun and xXTikiTikiXx

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Here's the lining and coloring tutorial. I just thought that it would make more sense to do this one first. :XD:

In case you don't know, saturated means more colorful (bright hues) while non-saturated/desaturated means paler or grayer (dark/pale hues).


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Someone had reminded me some time ago about making this wolf tutorial, so here it is~ :3


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*Edit*

The dialogue has been changed to the original text.

Here’s the other part to the bubble tutorial. This is how I make my glowing speech bubbles for night scenes.

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This is part 2 of the tutorial I am making about the anatomy of the wolf (:
I tried to explain a couple of basic poses and less basic poses like the wolf standing on it's backlegs and jumping.

There are many more poses of course but I only included the most basic ones, so If anyone has requests on how to draw a certain pose, just tell me and I will gather all requests on an extra sheet with the poses explained on it (:

Part 3 of the tutorial will be about details like how to draw the head, teeth, ears, eyes etc.

Ps. If there are any mistakes in the text please tell me (I am not a star in English) xD


P.S.
:bulletblack: These sketch and study sheets are just the way I have learned to draw wolves. They are just guidelines, of course you don't have to draw them this way. Draw them as you like and use these as anatomical guidelines to help you understand their movement and shapes (; !
:bulletblack: I do not own any of the reference pictures I used for drawing these, they are just studies for improvement and to help others out (;
:bulletblack: I want to point out that I am NO EXPERT in the field of wolf anatomy or canine anatomy or other animals their anatomy. I simply learned how to draw the basics and I still have to learn a whole lot myself. Thus these studies are NOT perfect. I want to point this out since many people ask me for advice when it comes to drawing canines or wolves and think I'm an expert. But I am not :,D 
 reference pictures I used for drawing these, they are just studies for improvement and to help others out (;

Part 1: Wolf Anatomy - Part 1 by Autlaw
Part 3: Wolf Anatomy - Part 3 by Autlaw
Part 4: Wolf Anatomy - Part 4 by Autlaw

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In case anyone was wondering how to make speech bubbles for comics, I made this tutorial showing how I make mine. <3

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This is the last part of my study/tutorial on wolf anatomy. This was a fun one to do because I like adding details (:

Again this is just the way I learned to draw wolves, it are all studies I did analyzing existing pictures and video's. It's not perfect and I still need to work a lot on getting the anatomy right myself as it is hard to apply it to drawings.

I hope the tutorials will give an insight in the basic anatomy of the wolf though. And remember that trying to draw these kind of sketches yourself will make you learn even faster ! (:

P.S.
:bulletblack: These sketch and study sheets are just the way I have learned to draw wolves. They are just guidelines, of course you don't have to draw them this way. Draw them as you like and use these as anatomical guidelines to help you understand their movement and shapes (; !
:bulletblack: I do not own any of the reference pictures I used for drawing these, they are just studies for improvement and to help others out (;
:bulletblack: I want to point out that I am NO EXPERT in the field of wolf anatomy or canine anatomy or other animals their anatomy. I simply learned how to draw the basics and I still have to learn a whole lot myself. Thus these studies are NOT perfect. I want to point this out since many people ask me for advice when it comes to drawing canines or wolves and think I'm an expert. But I am not :,D 

(c) Autlaw

Part 1: Wolf Anatomy - Part 1 by Autlaw
Part 2: Wolf Anatomy - Part 2 by Autlaw
Part 3: Wolf Anatomy - Part 3 by Autlaw
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Part 3 of the tutorial I am working on (: I decided to split up the third part into 2. The last one will be about details like the ears, nose, legs & paws, eyes etc (;


Oh and if there are any mistakes in the spelling just tell me and I will fix it right away !


P.S.
:bulletblack: These sketch and study sheets are just the way I have learned to draw wolves. They are just guidelines, of course you don't have to draw them this way. Draw them as you like and use these as anatomical guidelines to help you understand their movement and shapes (; !
:bulletblack: I do not own any of the reference pictures I used for drawing these, they are just studies for improvement and to help others out (;
:bulletblack: I want to point out that I am NO EXPERT in the field of wolf anatomy or canine anatomy or other animals their anatomy. I simply learned how to draw the basics and I still have to learn a whole lot myself. Thus these studies are NOT perfect. I want to point this out since many people ask me for advice when it comes to drawing canines or wolves and think I'm an expert. But I am not :,D 

Part 1: Wolf Anatomy - Part 1 by Autlaw
Part 2: Wolf Anatomy - Part 2 by Autlaw
Part 4: Wolf Anatomy - Part 4 by Autlaw

(c) Autlaw
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