Some people asked for an explanation of the last two pages. So, here it is! Hope you can use it.
Other pages of the "wolf-chapter" deal with internal anatomy (muscles, organs, senses, how they work together and how it looks like in motion/animation), ages (puppy, adolscent, adult etc.), fur, behaviour and a lot more. It also shows differences between species, many poses (lying, lying at the back, sleeping, playing, running, walking, sitting, standing, attacking and a lot more), expressions, examples of mistakes many beginners did/do and explains why they are wrong and shows a way to do it better, how to colour them in different styles (comical, realistic, ...), some topics about werewolves, etc. If you're interested or have any wishes, let me know!
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Ooooh, don't worry! It's just a question of style. This tutorial is only for people who want to draw it as realistic as possible - people who draw them more cartoony can use it as a slight guideline but don't need to sick to every part. So, it's not wrong to draw longer legs - people will recognize that you intended to make it look the way it is