Top 10: Best Werewolf Art & Drawings of 2008

There are some really amazing artists out there. This is a collection of the best werewolf art I've come across so far...

1.

werewolf in grassy field feathers art
May by Rayndancer
A werewolf in a grassy field near a forest.

2.

werewolves howling together art
March by Coyox
Werewolves howling at the moon together.

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3.

werewolf art transformation forest water
May by khaosdog
Two wolves busy transforming.

4.

werewolf art moonlight
by Paul Mudie - found at The Hunter's Moon
Drooling werewolf climbing over a rock - nice moonlight effect.

5.

windy werewolf art fur hair
Windy day by Yellow-eyes
A werewolf with long hair sitting in the wind.

6.

werewolf art peaceful butterfly forest
Lord of the butterflies by wolf-wind
A werewolf happily observing butterflies in a forest.

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7.

werewolf art howling moon dark
by Maria Anisimova - found at The Hunter's Moon
Werewolf on a hill, howling at the moon.

8.

werewolf staring at moon art dark
(artist unknown - found at The Hunter's Moon)
Werewolf standing on a cliff, looking at the moon

9.

werewolf art family cubs grass
September by Yellow-eyes
A werewolf family relaxing together.

10.

werewolf bat wings art
Aamon by Myenia
Blue werewolf with bat-like wings.

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About The Author:
I post artwork of werewolves that I find online. None of these were drawn by myself, and they are posted here in accordance with fair use policies.

If you happen to be the original artist of any of these images and for some strange reason you DON'T want more people to see your art, let me know and I'll remove it. Or if you think any of these images is too large to be considered fair use, let me know and I'll resize it. I couldn't find reliable info on what's considered to be a reasonable size, so I just figured it's something a lot smaller than the original, but still big enough to see how awesome it is so that you'll want to see the original.
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Posted in: Art by on November 24, 2008 @ 9:42 am

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