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    Wolf

    Help is appreciated! ^^



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    Get some better ref for the forest background, the background trees are too evenly spaced across the picture. Decide on the direction of the light and make sure everything in the scene is affected by it correctly.

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    As for the actual figure, the wolf's neck doesn't meet the chest. Might want to look into that...

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    Bleh. Working on trying to improve..everything.

    Also, decided to fill the ground with Swamp water.



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    I drew this up this morning, but for some reason the site wouldn't let me reply to anything at the time.



    It's my suggestion for the wolf, the main issues being the neck, which is quite a bit too thin at the head's end. The ears, which are far too large. The legs seemed a bit long to me and the knees were very low, they're usually at about the same level as the elbows (which I was also missing). I hope that helps!

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