there is a story that we are the same everyday .... there are monster there are regular ass people ... magic is not lost .... just moved from our eyes ... thank you for seeing and telling your part of the story
Thank you for the TRUE werewolf. Thank you for the AMAZING gloomy atmosphere. Thank you for... He do not looks like another Jacob, Edward, I-don't-know-who-but-shiny-guy from Twilight. It's truly beautiful in its darknesses .
Holy cow! I loved this picture so much when I first saw it years ago that I scanned it out of the D&D book it was in. I lost the scan in a hard drive crash 5 years ago, and I was never able to find it again... how wonderful to find it here, and posted by the original artist! Lovely work-- thanks for sharing it!
love this piece! Have to say that it reminds me strongly of McFarlane, and that's definitely not a bad thing. The detail put into this piece is awesome, and the proportions are spot on. You've done an excellent job with this piece and I'm a little jealous Have to say it has all the earmarks of a great piece.
the werewolf is awesome. It has a sense of an old man to it. A humanity that has given up a long time ago. But to me the most prominent part is the stone wall with the foliage growing over it. It adds a feel of normalcy, that were you to see what the wood store under the house was holding you would run into this. I think the structured design of the building is a good contrast to the roughness of the monster. Balance compares to chaos, safety to danger ... sorry for blabbing but it is just that awesome for me to view! It has been a while since i viewed a proper werewolf piece. Thank you.