A few months ago, my fiance and I bought an unpainted werewolf statuette from . He wanted a gray werewolf with blue eyes, and this is what it looked like when I was finished painting it. The photos really don't do justice to some of the subtle shading and tones.
*EDIT* WANT ONE OF YOUR OWN? is selling them for $300 for a custom paint job, or $175 for a blank. For anyone who has contemplated buying anything form ~Meadowknight don't hesitate! It was a beautifully detailed and solid sculpt. I would definitely buy from her again.
A kit of William from Underworld from Dead End Resin, sculpted by Mark VanTine. Built and painted by me. This sculpt is meant to have an open mouth, I was asked to turn it into more of a closed snarl. So everything under the chin to the neck, and part of the face had to be resculpted in order to make the bottom jaw fit. I painted it in such a way that the skin would still be visible through the places where the fur should be thin. I also added various bullets and casings onto the base for that true Underworld effect. In person he has a very realistic almost albino translucenty skin quality and nice blue undertones in his fur that unfortunately just does not translate well in photos.
And here it is, the promised remake of one of my most faved and commented pictures. Been on and off on this for a some days now, dont feel finished but will upload it now anyway, perhaps I'll continu to work on it later..? Background still no good. Old pic fiffiluren.deviantart.com/art/… Characters do not belong to me, but this art does.
While most of my werewolves create as they touch the Blank, there is at least one known who undoes. He is always moving, so as not to take too much. Some say his touch is renewal, others, chaos. Unmaker, undoer...you can see his traces in most disaster, the white hot of coals, the white froth of floods, the blankness of winter's white.
Where does he sleep, that nothingness may seep around him safely? I don't know.
Here's an illustration of a werewolf or "yenaldooshi" in indian term. Yee naaldlooshii is a Navajo term for a mythical creature known as a skinwalker or shape-shifter. All done on photoshop with wacom tablet. somewhere around 8 hours.
Reflecting on this, I think my art had grown a little. Hope you guys like it. Coments and critique are very welcome!
Auma do you hear what I say The rain is on it's way Return our cattle home Yaye the children What is it that you think you do? The rain is on it's way r Return our cattle home.
~Kothbiro Ayub Ogada
At last a REAL illustration of Kothbiro, my "Masaai" anthro wolf. I did a sculpture of this guy years ago but never drew him. Here he is! Ahhhh, this is my firt complete anthro picture on well over a YEAR! Geesh, this is my first anthro drawing at all in a year!!!!! Been so long!
I love this character as much as Hassan, my Sultan anthro wolf. I love putting anthros in cultural shoes that most people wouldn't expect. Most anthro wolves tend to be Native American and Celtic. I rebelled and said NO! I'm doing an African wolf! I think I'll do a Zulu wolf next? Takers?
Anyhoo, Kothbiro character copyright to Sarah Elder, Draikairion 2013. You may not use, copy, or redistribute with my prior, written permission. Thanks!
A great gift from rajewel after this RL Picture: lupusworax.deviantart.com/art/… Thats what happens if you mess around with me so you better think before you act. Thanks so much again for that total awesomeness!