Working in progress of werewolf acrylic illustration.
I've got a lot inspired by many of Colorado's wildlife artists and from galleries, and as well by artists who are skilled at werewolf art (such like wonderful Dark Natasha, Goldenwolf, Kyoht, Khaosdog and most artists who participated in Werewolf Callendars) to create a painting representing a werewolf from me, slightly more stylized than complete realism.
It's not my very best interpretation but it's just general native american view on werewolves (more wolf-alike than monster-y/anthromorphic).
It's a pure hell of work. It took me really long time and here I'm finishing the details by using Polychromos pencil which later I'll lay down with paint. Hopefully I'll have finished by tomorrow.
I'll have this original painting up for sale.
If you are seriously interested to reserve or pre-order it, please contact with me.
To all whose claimed/accused/or made assumptions about "copying/etc." where I had absolute no intentions, I've spoke personally with very kind *Goldenwolf
where we had inspiring conversation, but more importantly: I'd like to know that Goldie absolutely does not feel being/or having her work ripped off, copied or feel uncomfortable in any way as people mentioned above- but rather view my artwork as an individual and unique creation.
I'm writing this, because I don not understand why people created such imaginary problem about it. But I believe most of them had good intentions and were just concerned -and- that I understand.
Later I'll come up a journal about it, because I do think situations like that are unnecessary and only divides us, artists, in the community- it's not about me or what has happened here, but many and many artists on devART are victims of such unnecessary situations like that. People in this community instead to get inspired eachother, get a drive to reach to their dreams, but get demotivated with art and only dwell in emotional fear.