Step 25: Darken the outer edges of the shapes under the chest to create the midsection. Draw a few small, curved lines near the left side for the werewolf's abdominal muscles.
Step 26: Use the shapes under the head as guides to draw the other hand. First darken the outer edges of the guides at the top to create the wrist. Now draw each finger around the initial curved guide lines. Bend the fingers along the curvature of the guides to create the joints. Make the tip of each finger pointy for the werewolf's claws. The thumb should be smaller. The pinky is barely noticeable, so only draw a small portion of it.
Step 27: Use the shapes under the torso as guides to draw the werewolf's tattered pants. Draw a series of angled lines along the top edge of the guides. Then darken the sides of the U-shaped line to create the upper leg. Now add more wavy and angled lines along the bottom for the tattered look. Use the U-shaped line on the right as a guide to draw the other leg the same way as the first. Giving your werewolf pants suggests that it recently transformed.
Step 28: Use the shapes on the lower, right side as guides to draw the werewolf's first foot. Use quick, short strokes to darken the outer edges of the guides to create the shape of the foot. Draw four claws at the bottom. The claws should resemble very thin diamonds. Draw a short, curved line between each claw to separate the toes. Add a few more quick, short strokes inside the leg to emphasize the fur.
Step 29: Use the shapes on the left side as guides to draw the other foot the same way. Simply darken the outer edges of the guides to create the shape of the foot. Add diamond-like shapes at the bottom for the werewolf's claws and separate the toes using curved lines. Remember to use quick, short strokes throughout to represent fur.