Support BladeForums! Paid memberships don't see ads! Here are two practice pieces of a Wolverine I'm trying to get right and I'd like to get some advice. I am poor at drawing so this is tough for me. The custom search engine had nada and surprisingly I did not find anything on big google either. Here's the pic. The bottom one is my first try and I deeply cut and beveled the outline. I came to believe that's not always ideal because the fur cuts don't wash out the outline which I think it should. I've since improved the profile to include two convex downward shapes at the gullet and chestal areas and more angular "knees" on the legs. On the top one I lightly cut the outlines without bevels, except for the facial area which is deeper and beveled where appropriate. I've since modified the facial area so the snout is narrower, to better represent the weasel like features of the snout, and I think the left side of the hind leg needs help but I don't know what exactly. Pear shading of the chestal area, inside right front and hind leg, and all around the head seemed in order. Then started light cuts working off a photo and the sketch to get the fur cuts the correct direction, doing small areas then moving on and slightly changing direction. So questions are: How should I fix the hind leg? Am I on the right track overall? Any tips on improving or adding features that I don't know about? Any you tube tutorials I can watch someone doing it right?