Step 11: Under the torso, draw two long, U-shaped lines as guides for the werewolf's legs. First make a mark to indicate how long the arc will be, then add the curved lines on the sides. The guide on the right should be bigger because of how the body is turned.
Step 12: Add the guides for the feet by first drawing a short, cylinder-like shape on the left side. Below that, draw two lines that slope to the left for the top part of the foot. Draw the bottom part of the werewolf's foot using a couple of curved lines. The guide on the right consists of two long, vertical lines for the top part of the foot. Then a couple of curved lines below that for the bottom part of the foot.
That's it for the guides! From this point on, press harder with your pencil for a more defined drawing.
Step 13: Inside the head, lightly sketch a couple of short, diagonal lines for the werewolf's eyebrows. Leave a wide space between the horizontal construction line and the eyebrows for the eyes. When you get the shape and position of the eyebrows right, darken the lines. As you darken the lines, use quick, short strokes to represent the furriness of the brows. Add a few more quick, short strokes above to make the shape of the brows thicker.
Step 14: Add the werewolf's eyes under the eyebrows. First draw a couple of lines on the left for the bridge of the nose. Then add the first eye as a shape similar to a semi-circle. Draw the second eye as a football shape under the eyebrow but make the sides longer and darker. Leave the inside of the eyes blank for a more menacing look. Or you can add detail if you'd like. Add a thick angled line under the eye on the right for the fold on the fur.