I'm not a fan of the wolf man, gorilla-man, or any werewolf that has no resemblance to a WOLF at all... its kind of annoying.
Werewolves have evolved into so much more since the olden days, I think we need to stick with those ideas, since more people seem to like it. The majority of werewolf lovers especially like the werewolves to have a little more wolf, so that's what inspired me to make this stamp. ^_^
Now, I'm not dissing people who DO like the man wolf look, I'm just saying my opinion, respect that, and if you like the stamp, fav and use, if not, move on. Or better yet, make your own support stamp, I don't care. XD
lol i think thats why werewolves have a whole humanoid body, they at least need a wolf face....if not...they dont look so badass. But also, wouldnt it be easier to bite someone with a wolf face with an actual snout then to bite someone with a human face with teeth too big to even fit around someones neck? *-* jus sayin'
Just out of curiousity, do you mean werewolves as in a human cursed into turning into a wolf like beast creature every full moon and going berserk, or basically a person that can turn into a wolf? The term werewolf is thrown around so much that nowadays, any human that turns into a wolf or anthro wolf without going berserk on full moons or weak to silver, is a werewolf.
A human turning into a wolf or wolf like creature.
How they change, what they look like, and their behavior post transformation is just personal preference. That shouldn't have anything to do with the definition at all. This stamp is just pointing out that we like them to have more wolf characteristics.
e3e I dunno, I think we may be on the same page actually. You mean the wolf man who is just like, some really hairy guy, and a werewolf being a massive bipedal sort of wolf? The twilight werewolves are what make me think of dire wolves >3>
I agree, kinda. The first werewolf movie, they decided that the transformation would be easier if the turned it halfway, meaning half-man, half-wolf, where in real werewolf mythology, the definition of a werewolf was a man who actually turned into a wolf. I know this has nothing to do with it, but that's why I love the Twilight werewolves. They're the most accurate in werewolf mythology.
Yes, but in Twilight they shapeshift whenever they want and are still conscious of what they do. Usually, werewolves transform only the nights of full moon, don't they? And they are not able to control their actions. I'm not an expert though.
I'm very picky when it comes to werewolves. The majority is a wolf+collarbone, and that looks getting dull to me. Absolutely can't stand a normal human with only a pair of wolf ears and the optional tail. I like seeing them in between those two types, not too human, and not too wolfish.
I've seen pics and a few shots of it. I guess if they are considered werewolves, that's cool. I don't know anything about the show or why they are called Blutbad's, but me personally, looks too gorilla man ish. >_<
I go even further! When I draw wolves or lycons (a lycon is like were wolf but can change at any time whenever they want.) I draw werewolves as people and when they change I draw them as a complete wolf. and with lycons I go EVEN FUTHER by drawing them as people with wolf ears and a tail, and when they change I draw them as, GUESS WHAT!... A WOLF! omg this comment is longer than expected!