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Werewolf attack!

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Another painted moment from the webcomic I draw, True Villains.

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my dog has really long claws cuz i never file them down. if he was half human he would totally use them for fighting (which he loves).

i have always kind of wondered how werewolves keep their pants on during the transformation.

Brakkenimation responds:

Good question - I guess they received some tips from The Hulk :B

COOL!!!

Why does he have claws? Aren't wolves basically dogs?

Brutality is a beautiful thing. And his pants don't look too bad either.

Brakkenimation responds:

Well, he's half-human don't forget - mixing a man's long fingers with a wolf's paw and nails gives that sort of claw anatomy :)

Glad you like it!

This image was on a flash game recently released,Dont Escape! I think.

Brakkenimation responds:

Yeah it was! Good catch :)

Pretty fun game.

Great! Do you think you can make an armoured werewolf fighting an army? It would be so cool

Brakkenimation responds:

Haha, we'll see! If I get inspired to do another werewolf, I'll keep this in mind.

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