Let’s paint a wolf! I am using Paradise storm cloud to create the base coat. Draw in some ears at this point and make them as big as you can… I tend to keep the chin area open on my wolves… This is some paradise dark brown now that I am using to add some “fur” effects to his face… (He is a totally awesome model, by the way!) Now I am using some paradise black to add some even darker areas to the eyes… I then use the same sponge to sort of “draw” fur lines around the hairline and the sides of the face. Wolves are so much fun to paint! Ok now I am using wolfe white on the sponge to add some highlights… …you can sketch in some more fur with the highlighting sponge… blending… sketching… Lets add some teeth! Nice big TEETH! Go ahead and highlight some more to use up the paint on your brush. …it’s all good! He starts to look more wolf-like now… Loves are hairy so just make him look hairy! I also add some white near the mouth area. We are finally ready for the nose! Give him a nice big nose. Wolves have big noses. The better to smell you with!haha!=Then sketch in some details with your brush and your black paint. I am using wolfe black here… …go around the sides of the face with easy loose lines to simulate the look of fur. Create the mouth area… Outline his teeth… This is wolfe black I am using. At this point I am thinking about the mouth area… I always try to see if the particular face will want the bottom lip filled in… In this case it took me a minute to make the choice… I did decide to fill in the bottom lip. ..just a few more black details to finish the look… I think there may be a full moon out tonight!