Final Fantasy Werewolf

werewolf werewolf-side2When I was a freshman in high-school, we played Dungeons & Dragons and other Palladium RPGs on weekends and breaks. My friend Kevin had a NES and a copy of Final Fantasy, and it was the closest representation of that turn based combat that was available in 1990.

I chose the Werewolf for my first Final Fantasy Perler creation because I liked the colors on this version of the wolf. If you remember old-school Nintendo games, there was a ton of palette swapping going on, and enemies and NPCs would look alike. There are 4 color variations of this, and I plan on making all of them.

The fuse on this went well, although there is a little bit of a shift in the tail as the pegboards shifted while ironing ( I’ve come up with some solutions to reduce this shifting, and will post more on it later)

Tell me what you think about it in the comments!


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