Step 20: Use the triangle-like shapes on the head as guide to draw the werewolf's ears. Darken the path of the guides using quick, short strokes for a furry texture.
Step 21: Use the main circle as a guide to draw the rest of the werewolf's head. The top of the head should extend to the top, right because it will connect to the body up there. Use longer strokes on the lower, right side for longer fur.
Step 22: Use the shapes on the top, left side of the body as guides to draw the first arm. Darken the outer edges of the guides to create the shape of the arm. As you darken the lines, use quick, short strokes for a furry texture. Add a few lines inside to give the arm a bit of muscle definition. If you want your werewolf's coat to be shaggier, use longer strokes.
Step 23: Use the shapes below the arm as guides to draw the werewolf's hand. Draw the shape of each finger around the initial short, curved lines. Bend the shape of each finger around the middle to follow the curvature of the guide. Don't make the fingers too fat. The tips should be pointy to represent claws. The fingers on the left should overlap the ones on the right side. Draw a couple small lines above the fingers for the knuckles and add the small pinky on the right.
Step 24: Use the big oval as a guide to draw the top part of the torso. Use quick, short strokes along the top edge to create the back. Connect the back to the head. Draw the chest as two curved lines along the bottom edge of the oval. Add more quick, short strokes within the werewolf's body to emphasize the fur.