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Dec 1, 2009 | 12:25 AM EST
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Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

uhhhmmmm....1 question

i like the concept and all but uuuuhhhh yeeea.......i just saw the "original" picture online on google images and it looked exactly like this but was in full color......dont belive me? heres the link

unless u are the original artist of both pics im srry but to me it seems u just copied the photo and photoshoped it or somthin (which i giv credit for but its not original art)

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wolfternus responds:

thats cool i'll have to go and get it, i got mine from brother wolf, its a book. thanks for the complement it took me several hours to get this the way it looked in the book so to say it looks like a copy is good news to me :p
so.. what was the question?


Rated 5 / 5 stars


The main thing I love about this is how the eyes really stand out. Also the detail is amazing! Keep up the good work! =]

wolfternus responds:

wow, thanks for making this a fave thats super cool, i hope i can live up to your high praise.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

A great take on the black and white nature style.

Painting a forest in black and white is common, but to see such detail brushed into it is rare. The realistic, yet imaginary, style of the wolves are great, and seeing more of this type of silent art would be a joy. Cool

wolfternus responds:

thanks man, i wish i could take all the credit on this one , however, it was a picture in a wolf book that inspired me to do this.