Wolf part Deux

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  1. ClarkKent

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    This is from the same shoot as the other post...just did something a bit different. I was going for a textured look...something of the sort of looking like it was on a canvas bag or such....Comments and Critique Welcome...thanks for looking.

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    hmm would be interseting to see the original shot - I don't know if its the shot itself or the editing method you used, but it seems as if the wolf has been flattened - the nose sticks out, but the rest appears very flat.
    I do like the framing and the wolf's look at you though :)
     
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    It does look like one you might see on a canvas bag. Cool.
     
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    I would like to see a little lightening on the nose to bring some of the detail out, but other than that, I love it! My neighbor has a wolf hybrid/malamute cross that looks almost identical to this, and although my Great Dane absolutely hates him (and so do the neighbors because he howls nonstop), I could listen to him all day (actually, I guess I do!), and I think he is pretty neat! This would look great as a cross-stitch design!
     

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