Thank you all very much for participating in February's monthly theme challenge! Be sure to stop by Kigai-Holt
's page to donate for the
fund to get us back to super group status!February's Theme Winner:
SecretsFort Sill, Oklahoma, 2004
Colonel Rutledge lets me lead him, his rifle casually carried in his arms as if we were a hunter and his dog walking through the woods rather than a senior officer and a four-legged werewolf training to find improvised explosives in a mocked up Middle East city. He can afford that swagger. I can’t, not when we’re so close to the end of a four day training exercise.
After six months, I’m finally getting used to how the body armor feels on my fur, the weight on my back when I run on four legs. It's not completely unfamiliar. When I was a girl, I sometimes carried my little brother on my back, at least before he got big and started changing, preferring to use his own legs to mine.
“Your nose is better than any dog’s, Specialist. It tells the truth if you’re willing to pay attention.”
I’ve seen Rutledge on CNN a hundred times, advocating for more werewolves in uniform. I
Thank you all
for participating and submitting such great pieces to our challenge!
Now for our next challenge...
"Sporting a Wolf"
Aside from the every moon hunts, werewolves have been known to muck about in sports or games for entertainment. Some may participate in human sporting events among their own kind (or even against humankind), others may only be active in werewolf sport.
In this month's theme challenge, show us some of these werewolves in their all competitive glory!
Reminder: all submissions to monthly theme challenges must be mentioned in the art description, and linked back to the group
All submissions must have to do with the theme and werewolves.
All mediums are accepted (art, literature, craft, etc.)
No pre-exsisting art pieces allowed. They must be made specifically for the theme challenge, and stated so
in the artist comments.
Submissions MUST follow the group rules.
All levels of skill are welcome!
Unlimited submissions allowed.
You must submit your deviation before 11:59pm EST on March 31st to be in the running! We should be able to choose a winner by April 1st, when we'll also announce that month's theme challenge!
Pieces will be judged primarily on creativity/originality and technique. The more effort you put into your piece, the better your chances are of winning!
The best piece will receive a 1-month feature on our front page! Getting your work publicized to dA's most dedicated werewolf fans!
Get to drawing! We can't wait to see what you guys come up with!Submit your entry here!