Category: Featured Art

by on Mar. 4, 2018 at 1:45pm

This week’s art is by Kosse, a freelance illustrator and occasional hyena from France. Despite some uncertainty in the tags and the potential contextual significance of a Neon Genesis Evangelion quote that goes over my uninitiated head, I think this fellow is a werewolf. A pious werewolf, which is one of the most dangerous kinds, as the residents of […]

by on Feb. 21, 2018 at 10:15am

Earlier this week, digital sculptors Maria Panfilova and Rodion Vlasov fired up ZBrush to stage a “friendly sculpt battle”. The goal: to see who could better interpret an illustration of a feasting werewolf by Frank Cho. The results posted on their Instagram feeds seem to clear to me: everyone wins. Literally everyone on the planet, except for the owner […]

by on Jan. 22, 2018 at 6:06pm

This week’s featured artwork is by “freelance Illustrator, Avid dog petter, French Fry muncher and Dr. Pepper addict” Devon Bragg. This stark depiction of a pierced, struggling, half-transformed werewolf lacks a title through which one might understand Bragg’s exact intent, freeing you, the viewer, to have it represent anything you like: your struggle against a […]

by on Jan. 15, 2018 at 8:38am

Popuche is an art student from France whose work focusses on sci-fi, cryptid and horror concepts. I particularly like her character and environment designs, and the organic warmth of her colour choices. Her recent piece “Werewolf Heads” features the detached and mounted domepieces of fourteen of cinema’s most famous werewolves. It’s fascinating to see so many […]

by on Mar. 16, 2016 at 9:14am

For today’s #WerewolfWednesday post I’d like to direct your attention to Pierre-Alexandre Comtois, a Vancouver-based traditional and digital artist of 15+ years and designer of some Paul Kidby-level charismatic creatures. His work often delves into the fantasy/alien zones, and werewolves frequently occur. I first saw Alex’s art by creeping on him while we were sitting across from each other […]

by on May. 21, 2015 at 7:15am

Christopher Herndon’s “Werewolves Playing Poker” is a great horror riff on Cassius Marcellus Coolidge’s famous “Waterloo” painting. Herndon’s replaced Coolidge’s card-slinging, cigar-selling dogs with a group of werewolves who’ve decided to play poker instead of murdering everyone.

by on Feb. 15, 2014 at 7:59pm

Croatian artist Stjepan Šejić cranked out this stunning depiction of what a werewolf victim sees five seconds before they die in less than 32 minutes just to show folks “how to make and use one of the variations of fur brush i make and use myself”. He even posted a video of the entire process, which is fascinating […]

by on Dec. 5, 2013 at 9:15am

This werewolf illustrated by David Wuertemburg exemplifies the longstanding tradition of werewolves with great hair, a tradition first embodied by Michael Landon and later popularized in song form by Warren Zevon. What grabs me in this picture – aside from Dave’s technical proficiency – is the exquisite dichotomy of a such a well-groomed beast also being […]

by on Nov. 26, 2013 at 9:04am

Drawn by Nick Bondra, submitted by Tandye, based on a classic action figure and and in commemoration of one of the first werewolves I ever encountered as a child, it’s the Werewolf from the 80’s The Real Ghostbusters cartoon! This piece is stoking to the brink with nostalgia and classic werewolf excellence, and it’s accomplished with appropriately vibrant […]

by on Nov. 6, 2013 at 8:58am

“Oh shit, and I just shaved this morning…” probably my last portfolio piece for the year… (probably) tried out a different kind of lighting here… because having one light source was so five minutes ago. This piece by Hinchel Or showed up on my Tumblr dashboard yesterday, via Do You Speak Werewolf? (which you should absolutely be following), […]