(Female) Shifter Images

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The web has not been very helpful, or perhaps there just aren't many images out there.


A friend needs an image of a female shifter, but I figured I'd open the thread up to any and all images of shifters.


This is how she described her character: Thick, wavy gray hair to her hips, shot through with black strands. Pointed, black furred ears and almond- shaped, steel grey eyes; dark lips closed over elongated eye teeth. Pale skin with faint, silvery gray tiger striping. 5'5, lithe, athletically muscled frame with broad hips and chest


And here are some of the most common shifter images, via Google:


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So, I got curious too, and tried googling "werecats," and then "female werewolf" thinking that might be an angle to start with.


This is probably the best one.


This is silly, but might amuse.


Bit of leopard print, but decent pic


Human, with a very feral look. But classy with stilletto heels at the same time.


Another


Wrong haircolor, but it's gorgeous.

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I tried searching for various things but didn't have any luck for the longest time.


I figured Warewolf, Lycanthrope, and some other not-shifter keywords would do the trick before I finally figured to try Druid.


Somewhere in there, I stumbled upon this: 
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I'm going to play with the colors in photoshop real quick, but I think this might be just what you are looking for. 

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So. Green needs an iconic creature type, eh? How about wurms!

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By the way, here's the origional artist:


www.enworld.org/Pozas/illustration.htm

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So. Green needs an iconic creature type, eh? How about wurms!

One Billion Words - 1001 Fantasy Landscapes: Share DnD-ish landscapes for use in homebrew campaigns!

I created one for our Eberron game. Here's the link. It's titles Eberron on the page. Just scroll down to it. It's in black and white so you can color it! I probably over-sold it, but meh, enjoy if it helps.


 


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I never thought of her like this, but this is actually an awesome example!

Primal Power has several pictures of female shifters. Some of them are not terrible.

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What was the name of that Batman villian who dressed like a leopard or cheetah, I don't remember which? It wasn't Catwoman, and she was on the Justice League all the time......blah, killed too many brain cells during adolescence to clearly remember my childhood. Undecided

What was the name of that Batman villian who dressed like a leopard or cheetah, I don't remember which? It wasn't Catwoman, and she was on the Justice League all the time......blah, killed too many brain cells during adolescence to clearly remember my childhood.


Do you mean Cheetah, Wonderwoman's nemesis? She is a villain who used to wear a cheetah costume until she was physically/magically transformed into a cat/woman hybrid.
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What was the name of that Batman villian who dressed like a leopard or cheetah, I don't remember which? It wasn't Catwoman, and she was on the Justice League all the time......blah, killed too many brain cells during adolescence to clearly remember my childhood.


Do you mean Cheetah, Wonderwoman's nemesis? She is a villain who used to wear a cheetah costume until she was physically/magically transformed into a cat/woman hybrid.
Ww_vs_c.jpg730627-316806_56409_cheetah_super_super.jpg




Yes! I was thinking of the Super Friends, not the Justice League, though I totally get points for even remembering at this point.

Skull-Shaped hideout in the swamp will forever be the epitome of evil, even if the Hall of Doom is the cheesiest name for a hideout ever.