Step 15: Draw the werewolf's nose inside the muzzle by first lightly sketching a small oval with a pointy bottom. When you get the shape and position of the nose right, darken the lines. Inside the nose, draw two small circles and shade them in for the nostrils. Make the bottom of the nose pointy so that it almost touches the guide for the muzzle. Add a short, vertical line at the bottom of the nose for extra detail.
Step 16: Use the initial curved line as a guide to draw the top of the muzzle. Follow the path of the guide but make the line a bit wavier. Make it thick and dark on the right side. Darken the section above the werewolf's nose. The line should meet the eye on the left. To the right of the nose, draw a few curved lines for the wrinkles that emphasize the snarl.
Step 17: Under the muzzle on the left side, draw a curved line for the gums. On the right side of the gums, draw a long, V-shaped line for the first canine. Add a similar line on the left for the other canine. You can make these longer if you'd like. Now add smaller, V-shaped lines between the canines for the werewolf's other teeth. Draw a couple molars on the right too.
Step 18: Use the U- shaped line at the bottom as a guide to draw the lower jaw. Draw the werewolf's lower canines as two long triangle- like shapes. Don't draw them too far down. Then add the teeth in between as smaller triangle- like shapes. Draw a wavy line to the right that connects to the top part of the muzzle, and add some jagged molars too. Draw the tongue inside using a series of curved lines but don't overlap the teeth.
Step 19: Draw a wavy line under the teeth for the lip at the bottom. Connect this line to the muzzle on the top, right side. Under the lip, draw a curved line that's made up of quick, short strokes for the chin. Stretch the strokes toward the right to create the werewolf's jaw.