This fox is made from just a few simple shapes, but when placed on black paper and colored with oil pastels, he (or she!) can look really dramatic.
1. Students draw the fox following the diagram shown, using a pencil on black paper.
2. All the pencil lines are traced with a black pastel. The lines should be thick, so lots of pressure is advised.
3. The fox is colored in as desired. I prefer the Prismacolor® Oil Pastels, especially the Rust color for the fur, but other pastels will look good as well.