Is it that time of the month again?
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That’s a major plot point in “An American Werewolf in London”, what with David being visited by his dead friend Jack.
For as popular as the movie is, that wrinkle in werewolf mythology doesn’t seem to have caught on as much as the movie’s tone, the werewolf’s design, and the transformation.
Why do you think that is? Are there other instances in fiction that do something similar?
This was a lot of work, it feels good to be done, but I’m glad I’m here. I’ll continue next month with daily art aswell
which of these series potrayed better werewolf versions and why? I'd like to hear opinions.
This is not the last you’ll see of me if you choose on @moonbadge_pope. I plan on posting daily for the next year, with a different meme each month.
It’s Halloween so I decided to make a animation test for a werewolf in blender
My self published book is currently free on Amazon until November 2nd. It is a fantasy story deconstructing the monster hunter genre and features werewolves. If you’re interested please take a read
Done entirely by me by trial and error.
Draw this several days ago and thought I’d post it here :)
would their non-organic (robotic) body parts transform as well when they transform or would it stay the same?
I'm designing the chapter headers of my future self-published book. So which style looks better?
Would it still be a werewolf if someone could turn into a werewolf but it was tied to emotions? Like they could turn into a werewolf if they get angry? Maybe they learn how to transform just their hands into claws? And maybe every full moon they can’t control it and they turn into a full wolf. Thank you for the feedback.