The Wild Fox and Wild Wolf are two of the more recent feral avatars by WereHouse, a somewhat updated version of the older Fox and Wolf quads and a middle-sized alternative to the Dire and Critter versions. As they are … Continue reading
– Leaning more towards the darker and demonic side of anthro avatars, we open the curtain to the Volfur. This is an original creature design from [GrGr], and in this review we will be taking it apart for a closer look.
In a SLARF debut, we welcome Blau Rascon, the first of our new group of writers to begin posting. This post reviews a quadruped wolf avatar that gives the wearer a large amount of customization possibilities. Its various emotions and … Continue reading
In a SLARF first, we review the Werehouse Werewolf v3.0. The Werehouse is one of the most venerable, long-standing avatar creators in Second Life, and after so many years, so it’s a pleasure to be able to review one of … Continue reading
In a SLARF first, we have the pleasure of reviewing an avatar from Blackout Industries. While they had released a husky avatar one before, they’ve stepped up the ante to release a Chimera. Complete with a legend, this avatar comes … Continue reading
We’re a bit late in discussing this one, but recently, Kinzart re-released their Wolf. The first version has been reviewed before, so users can go back and look for some comparison. With a whole new look, this avatar update shows … Continue reading
Next in their line-up of avatars, AVentity has decided to release a wolf avatar. While there has been some talk about a wolf avatar from AVentity for a few years now, this one comes to us in the unique new … Continue reading
1st Act has burst onto the scene with their well muscled, hulking interpretation of the werewolf legend of yore. Available in a number of realistic wolf varieties as well as fictional ones, this avatar offers an interesting user experience.
Lost Furest has been expanding their Evolutions line, and one avatar that was released alongside their Maned Wolf avatar is their ordinary “Wolf” avatar. With this review, we revisit the iconic canine and discuss how this avatar reaches its goal … Continue reading
Dark Spot Designs recently gave their wolf an update; much to the point that the avatar could be considered brand new. As such, we’ve written a new review to re-visit DSD’s style tweaks and evolution as an avatar creator.