I used to consider this a WIP, but I never did 'finish' it and as time has gone on I've decided I actually pretty much like it as it is. Its rough, edgy, broken-fetter feel suits the character. This is my signature Werewolf: the Apocalypse character, the wolf-born Get of Fenris Waning Moon Winter's Grief wearing his preferred shape for combat, the Near-Wolf Hispo, as he prowls through the spirit world reflecting his ancestral territories in the deep Scandinavian wilderness. The wind ruffles his fur, revealing old scars, and because he walks in the Umbra, his scar fetishes glow; the Rage-spirit with red, the Lune with moonlight.
For those unfamiliar with the setting and ready to offer critique (please do!) the Hispo form is different from the wolf form of a Garou werewolf; it's a step between the monstrous man-wolf war-form called Crinos and the purely wolfish Lupus form. Winter's Grief stands 5'6" at the shoulder in this form, and his Hispo head and jaws are much heavier and more developed than his natural wolf forms. Near-Wolf form is also more muscular, with heavier bones, a longer counter-balancing tail, and combat-capable claws. In emergencies it can even balance on its hind legs. That's why its anatomy isn't quite the same as a wolf's, so most -- not all, but most -- of the differences between this and a real wolf's anatomy that you'll notice are intentional.
Mechanical pencil, Photoshop.