Basic drawing of my Wolf character, on the verge of tears. Why do you ask? Could think up numerous things what could've made this brutal and powerful warrior break down. Basically though, it's just to emphasis a point.
Over the centuries in some cultures, it has been culturally acquired that men of all ages at one point or another go out and do things for their country, their religion, their family and/or for themselves. Whether it be on the battlefield or at the home front, men had been molded into what culture wanted them to be: nothing but men. No tears, no laughter, just strong willed men. Maybe even superhuman.
What I have noticed over time is that no man can be superhuman. We all have times where we laugh, cry, shout, hate, love and be human. Soldiers, who people would condemn as heartless murderers, still cry at the lost of their brother in arms or the fact that death is staring them in the face. For a time they can act strong, but sometimes, it can be too much.
Men can cry too. It's what makes us human. Even a Wolf, considered to be at the top of his game can cry. Basically shows that some men cannot be heartless, no matter how hard they try to act like something else.