Let me start out by saying this is a very huge step away from my norm; not in subject matter, of course, as I do build my share of anthropomorphic stuff, but in style. The two things I had in mind that I wanted to be stressed in this creation were texture and shape; hopefully the visibility of studs [intentional] and haphazard placement of tiles helps convey the scruffy, furry texture whilst the sloping wedges help define the shape of the muscles of the creation, particularly in the legs and arms. The whole thing was a huge challenge [especially to get the shapes right; the "hunched over" look and such] and was probably my most delicate creation thus far [that's saying something!] Am I happy with it? I certainly had a different idea in my head when I started [that being a very friendly wolf of the same size] but he morphed [no pun intended] into a blood-thirsty canine. I wish I ended up pursuing a more peaceful approach, but oh well. Go easy on me!
Ok. you officialy creeped me out. I saw the name and expected an anime Mech. what I got, was entirely different. I still love it, though. infact, I love creepily disturbing stuff, as long as it's impossible to be real, that is. I don't want to be a werewolf! great job! ~Blake
Most delicate creation yet? *shudder* That must be an absolute terror to keep standing. I like your technique for the fur on the chest but I'd think it would look better if it was a bit more....puffed out? Anyways it's quite nice, the legs and arms are particularly good
Ooh, nice! The round disc seems a little awkward, but overall you did a fantastic job capturing the ferocity. (Which, I actually really like by the way) The studdy look is quite brilliant, as it - like you said - brings out the furry texture. Very well done.