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The wolf has straight legs and a different colour head.

 

 

 

Go look up some reference pics, because you don't really know what a Wolf looks like.

 

 

 

If I'm not mistaken wolves' heads are lighter then the rest of their body, and the person who requested this asked for a black wolf. A dur dur dur =D>

 

 

 

Oh and btw, I was referring to a reference pic when making the wolf, and thats what the reference pics wolf looked like.

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then sorry, but you are mistaken. wolves heads arnt lighter. look at some references, and youll see. the area around the muzzle MAY be a lighter colour.

 

 

 

and, you said the person requested a black wold. black wolves are totally black; no lighter shade around the muzzle

 

 

 

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also, no reference wolf would look like that.. as ive told other people, i draw animals in rl; specialise in tigers and horses, but ive still done a number of wolves. the legs dont bend enough; no animal is built like a crude-man made stiff wooden board. the animal you pixelled is stiff.

 

 

 

also you need to work on anatomy, for the character

 

 

 

also, try not to detail the ground *around* objects. for example, look around the wolves legs. you can see the darker parts where youve tried to detail the ground; yet the marks never appear to go behind the wolf.. it gives the sig an appearance of having halos around objects

 

 

 

otherwise, keep trying and youll get better :P

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then sorry, but you are mistaken. wolves heads arnt lighter. look at some references, and youll see. the area around the muzzle MAY be a lighter colour.

 

 

 

and, you said the person requested a black wold. black wolves are totally black; no lighter shade around the muzzle

 

 

 

wolf-0003.jpg

 

Eyes_Rockies.jpg

 

 

 

also, no reference wolf would look like that.. as ive told other people, i draw animals in rl; specialise in tigers and horses, but ive still done a number of wolves. the legs dont bend enough; no animal is built like a crude-man made stiff wooden board. the animal you pixelled is stiff.

 

 

 

also you need to work on anatomy, for the character

 

 

 

also, try not to detail the ground *around* objects. for example, look around the wolves legs. you can see the darker parts where youve tried to detail the ground; yet the marks never appear to go behind the wolf.. it gives the sig an appearance of having halos around objects

 

 

 

otherwise, keep trying and youll get better :P

 

 

 

Ever looked at an RS wolf? After all, this is an rs pixel.

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yes, ive seen a rs wolf, and yes, i know its a rs based pixel. personally, i think you should have modified the wolf, to at least make it look slightly realistic. after all, in your first post, you asked for comments. i gave them. if you dont like them, just say 'i understand what you mean, but id rather do it my own way' instead of indiciating that im a complete moron, that i dont have my own eyes.

 

 

 

 

 

edit; i apologize if i appear to be overreacting. but i cant help it, when someone asks for comments and then finds excuses/reasons etc to put down or deny anything everyone else says.

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isnt a ref pic usually a RL thing?

 

 

 

u went from ref pic of a real wolf to saying u were lookin at a rs pixel.

 

 

 

make ur mind up.

 

 

 

 

 

Reference pics don't have to b e real, they're just pictures that you're using to try and get your work right.

 

 

 

Dark Shadow just spent ages telling you how you can improve, and you just spat it back in his face by making up excuses.

 

And badly at that.

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