I'm not totally back because I had to undergo another surgery after I went to the Leipzig Trade fair and my work and studies take so much time. Because of this, I didn't find time enough to paint detailled pictures or to answer all of you at the same time, but I try to do so. I don't want that you have to wait for my replies for so long but please, don't get mad at me. I promise: I will answer, soon!
Back on topic: This here are the first pages of a tutorial I'm working whenever I find time to do so. I began with the basic steps of the anatomy(bones, muslces, organs of wolves and will end with the colouring, animation and different species/poses/expressions. I hope you'll like it and if you have any questions or wishes: Let me know ^^
Page 3 and 4 will appear, tomorrow.
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I'm always looking to improve my anatomy, but there is one thing I struggle with, and that is how a canine would look in various poses (I tend to draw side views only). I know the obvious answer is to study the anatomy, but would you have any other suggestions?