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    Default Twisted Horror (An American Werewolf in London) - guide dog

    I was thinking the American werewolf as a guide dog? Leading a totally oblivious guy through a tube station of terrified people.

    Too distasteful?


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    I love the movie and I love the idea!

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    I like your idea. Could also be a werewolf petting zoo...

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    haha that is hilarious. Cant wait to see this

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    hahaha.. i think your idea is pretty fun and not distasteful at all.

    good luck.

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    Many thanks for the encouraging comments guys - I'm taking that as a green light.

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    Dude, this would so cool with a tiny litte dog leash and a pretty big wolf.
    Looking forward to some updates

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    Quick mannequin sketch to give a rough idea of a pose.


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    Would it look better if the person was holding the leash with two hands indicating the powerful pull of the dog/werewolf?
    Just a thought.

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    I surely agree about the two hands on the leash. Are you going to keep the dutch tilt?

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    I like the idea, it might be hard to convey size. Like the size of a guide dog compared to a werewolf? Maybe the dog got bit?

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    i think one hand works well enough. like if it's a "shock moment" -suddenly the wolf got a scent of something. but maybe the blind/guided person should have an even more extreme pose than this, to convey the strength of the werewolf.

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    I think that both cases work.
    maybe with one hand he should bend forward with the other hand and one leg pointing backwards like he is being pulled so fast that he loses balance.
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    no no, make sure he has a blind cane with his other hand otherwise people won't get immediately it's a guide dog

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    lol neat idea. Glad Guide dogs are getting a bit of a spotlight they deserve it. Is the person that the Werewolfie is guiding going to be another character from the movie or another movie on the list? Or maybe a little old lady or man? Looks like a great start keep up the cool work and good luck to you. Happy ZBrushing!

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