Step 10: Draw the wolf's nose close to the top of the arc on the right. First draw an angled line close to the edge of the arc for the top and front of the nose. On the left side, draw a short, curved line for the nostril. Close off the shape of the nose on the left side by drawing a series of short strokes for a fur-like texture.
Step 11: Use the arc as a guide to draw the rest of the muzzle. Start by drawing a line under the nose that curves to the left and ends at the edge of the circle for the head. On the left side, break up the line into short strokes to emphasize the fur. Draw a series of strokes along the path of the arc at the bottom to create the lower jaw. The bottom part of the mouth ends slightly to the left of the top part. Follow the path of the initial arc to draw the top part of the wolf's muzzle but make the shape a bit thinner.
Step 12: Use the triangular shape on the top, left side of the head as a guide to draw the wolf's first ear. Darken the shape but make the bottom lines longer so that the base of the ear is inside the head. Add a series of short strokes within the ear for the fur found there. Don't make these strokes too long; keep them short for a fuzzy texture.
Step 13: Use short strokes along the path of the shape on the right to create the wolf's other ear.
Step 14: Use the main circle as a guide to draw the rest of the head. Draw a series of short strokes along the edge of the circle to create the fur-like texture. Don't make these strokes too long. You can also just darken the edge of the circle for shorter-looking fur. Add a few more strokes at the top and the bottom for the rest of the wolf's head. Add some strokes inside the circle too but don't close off the shape of the head on the left side.