This low poly wolf howling at the moon.
This shoulder piece.
This brilliantly shaded low poly piece definitely reminds me of Japanese Akita from a video game. If you haven’t already, check out Sven’s other work which includes a variety of different low poly animal designs. (Photo: Sven Rayen)
These terrifying teeth.
Another epic work from Sven. Not sure if this is finished but it’s looks great as is. (Photo: Sven Rayen)
These shattering shapes.
This howling wolf design is a smorgasbord of different tattoo styles. Geometric polygons make up the head portion which is shaded using the dotwork technique along with a few pieces of linework. (Photo: Corey James)
This geometric head.
Sasha shows off her exceptional creativity with this expertly drawn wolf. Various geometric shapes all seem to originate from the wolf’s forehead area. (Photo: Sasha)
This framed profile.
This profile of a wolf is surrounded by a rope frame decorated with linework roses. On the wolf’s forehead appears to be a Trishula, a common Hindu-Buddhist religious symbol used throughout South East Asia. (Photo: Hidden Moon)
This forearm tat.
Complete with a fancy nose and…are those hair plugs? (Photo: MXW)
Another wolf howling at the moon because that’s what they do. (Photo: Jennifer Lawes)
This bearded wolf.
The use of white ink in this piece really makes it stand out. Gorgeous work. (Photo: Mareva Lambough)
This two-faced wolf.
And yet another.
These turquoise eyes stare right through you. (Photo: Human Kanvas)
This gorgeous forearm piece.
This wolf definitely looks like it belongs in Michael Bay’s next transformer movie.
This large diamond.
A diamond and a few prism shapes can be seem throughout the piece. Notice the bold dotwork which appears to be a little bolder than we usually see. Photo: Last Sparrow)
This double headed wolf.
Here’s our other pair of twins. This piece gets extra points for uniqueness and creativity. (Photo: Valentin Hirsch)
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