My favorite thus far, I like the flowery nature theme and the calm expression on the wolf’s face. The necklaces and autumn leaves are also a nice touch.
The unicorn is almost too much. I would know this is a Child of Gaia with the look on the wolf’s face. Well done.
Good to know this works- the harder pieces to tell if they work are those that reveal the natural, or peaceful, or positive feelings. This is the World of Darkness after all.
When I first looked at this, my impression was “Ok way too over-the-top with the flowery hippie nature of the CoG.” And then I realized how much it reminds me of the initial impression that I got when reading about the CoG when I first picked up Werewolf. And it made me even more excited (if that is possible) about this project.
much like the piece of the Stargazer I like very much the expression and the composition, i think it shows a very similar style to these two tribes that are a bit more “in tune” or “balanced” between their wolf side and their spiritual side.
I like how s/he looks like he’s just enjoying our Mother’s love. I know that’s probably the face i have when I go running through a densely forested park or when I have the chance to go into the beautiful Copper Canyon in the Tarahumara Sierra here in Chihuahua, Mexico.
That’s exactly the feeling that drove me to the COG recognizing that beatuy and wishin more people would understand what we’re loosing, wanting to fight but also wishing to enlighten.
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