I see that you have skill. (I stared at your werewolf for about 20 minutes, so here’s what I’ve come up with:)
You appear to be quite accomplished in the area of modeling, but there is much more to painting a picture.
There seem to be two different types of poeple in the world: those who admire art for its emotional power and those who admire it for pleasure.
An artist needs to appeal to both.
This werefolf (besides the static charge above its arm) appeals almost entirely to the pleasure seekers. It looks cool, interesting, and fairly original. Its detail captivates and its environment is heard.
It is nearly impossible to connect emotionally to this character.
The representation of both personalities (human; wolf) is unbalanced, which further prevents connection.
There is no clear intent in the character’s depiction (what is he trying to do?)
A universal issue is the lack of symbolism and drama.
So, all this being said, if I were you I would first try to add some symbolism. This would most easily take the form of a cleverly placed prop. And along the way, TELL A STORY. Think your favorite part about your favorite wherewolf movie, go the next level with it, make it original, and use your modeling experience as a TOOL; a tool to help tell the story. Let your artist’s message run the show. The rest will benefit directly from this.
Anyways, I’m pretty sure you added the chain to his leg since the last render? Nice addition, but you could maybe go the extra mile and manipulate its location and basic properties to easily add intent to the character and some drama. Do you get what I mean?
Hope this helps,
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