This illustration is based on the Aesop's Fable titled "The Wolf in Sheep's Skin."
We had to do a series in my digital art class (For our final) where we had as much artistic freedom as we wanted basically (Any medium using the tools we learned in class, subject matter, etc.) and I chose to use Illustrator and create some illustrations based off Aesop's Fables.
I chose three and this one is my favorite out of them. "The Wolf in Sheep's Skin" is probably one of the most depressing of Aesop's Fables (that I have read - there are hundreds.) Look it up - read it!
I know the sheep isn't completely covering the wolf, and you may be wondering "How could a wolf ever fool a sheep like that?" It's just my representation. xD
This peice isn't perfect, and there are some things I'd like to fix. (The dead sheep's legs for example) but my free trial of illustrator ran out yesterday! Boooo.
I hope I can find a cheap, older version of illustrator online. I really love this program and I have had so much fun in it while I had it.
Anyway, I hope you guys enjoy this. It's my favorite of the three I created and I experimented a lot in this series, but I think my style in them is still very present.
I'm really happy with how the wolf came out as I RARELY create canines of any sort. In fact, there are no cats present in my series. *gasp*