Step 6: On the top, left side of the head, draw a big, triangular shape as a guide for the first ear. Curve the lines so that the sides of the shape bulge out a bit. Draw a similar shape on the top, left side as a guide for the wolf's other ear.
That's it for the guides! From this point on, press harder with your pencil for a more defined drawing.
Step 7: Darken the small circle on the left side for the wolf's first eye. At the top, draw a sloping line over the eye for the eyelid. Extend the line outside of the eye toward the bottom. On the top, left side, draw a series of short, strokes for the outer corner of the wolf's eye. Draw a curved line below the small circle for the outer edge of the eye. Use the circle on the right as a guide to draw the other eye the same way. Darken the circle and make the sides of the shape pointier for the corners of the eye. Add some short strokes on the top, right side and a curved line under the circle.
Step 8: Inside each eye, at the top, draw a tiny circle for the pupils. Shade in the tiny circles using a dark value to finish the wolf's pupils. Next to each pupil, draw two more tiny circles to represent glare and highlight. Above each eye, draw a series of short strokes for a bit of fur.
Step 9: Use the oval inside the muzzle as a guide to draw the wolf's nose. Darken the top edge but make it wavier. Add a second wavy line inside to give the nose structure. Darken the right edge but curve the line inward for the start of the first nostril. At the end of the curved line, draw a tiny half-circle for the actual nostril. Draw the wolf's other nostril the same way. Curve the left edge inward and draw a tiny half-circle at the end for the actual nostril. Darken the bottom edge of the oval. At the bottom, add a pointy shape with a vertical line inside.