First of all, I DID NOT DRAW THIS! Credit for (and ownership of) this piece goes to Lobo Leo (www.alphaluna.net). Lobo Leo was kind enough to provide me with this pic of Melinda (in both her shapes); I didn't even commission it!
hey helio. sorry to bother you with another conversation, but if i may asked, how accurate are the pictures drawn by lobo leo are compared to the characters in the story. i mean if i may ask, did he draw them exactly as you imagined them or what?
Lobo Leo's depiction of Melinda's lycanthropic form is almost exactly as I envision her. Her fur isn't quite dark enough in this particular piece, but his other drawings of her are pretty much spot on. That said, I think Dirk Tiede did a better job of capturing her human form. Lobo's version of Melinda looks more like a young Latin-American woman instead of a skinny, slightly geeky-looking teen girl from the Midwest. Leo's version of Yvette - either form, actually - is pretty accurate too.
oh well, thats good to know. ill look up dirk tiede's work. although im still wondering why hasn't anyone made a drawing of Melinda from the crescent shadows, i mean she has to older right? how old is Melinda in the crescent shadows exactly?
WOW! No comments on this so far! Thatīs a shame! Great werewolf art....BTW, great stories too, have red them years ago over at CYOC. This stories i want to see as films, it would be the greatest Werwolf movie ever^^.....Congratulation to your work!