Step 10: Below the nose, draw a long line for the wolf's mouth. Curve the right side of the line up toward the edge of the initial circle for the first half of the mouth. On the left side, curve the line up higher along the edge of the initial circle to create the side of the muzzle. Use a series of short strokes along the wolf's mouth for fur.
Step 11: Below the wolf's mouth, draw a curved line that's made up of short strokes for the furry chin. Add a few more lines on the sides of the mouth to complete the muzzle. Use the initial circle as a guide.
Step 12: Darken the triangular shape on the top, right for the wolf's first ear. Make the bottom tips longer. Inside the shape, draw a long line on the left side to give the ear more structure. Add a series of short strokes within the shape for the fur found inside the ear.
Step 13: Use the triangular shape on the top, left side as a guide to draw the wolf's other ear the same way. Darken the shape and make the bottom part longer. Add a line inside, on the right, for structure. Draw a series of short strokes across the inside of the wolf's ear for fur.
Step 14: Draw a series of short strokes along the basic path of the initial circle to create the shape of the wolf's head. The top of the head should be curved, like two small hills. As you draw the sides of the head, follow the path of the initial circle but make the shape wider at the bottom. Add the strokes along the circle's edge lightly at first. When you get the shape of the wolf's head right, darken the lines. The top part of the head should be narrow. It should be wider near the middle and narrower again at the bottom.