Redline for ~KiwiSeahorse
EDIT// Sorry when I said "like a human wrist" I MEANT "not like a human wrist, a coyotes joints only bends one way". Sorry for the mistake!
Not a bad sketch, you've got a good grasp on certain areas but I think you need to pay more attention to joints most of all. I've written a few quick notes which can help but here's a few really handy references for coyote anatomy and a few more notes not included:
Don't forget the pawpads and claws, all canines have them! [link]
Head (more pointed, longer and sharper than a wolf or dog remember! Also look at the thick coarse neck fur and large erect ears. Coyote ears in particular make them easy to spot from wolves and wild dogs because of their very pointed shape and large size) [link]
Coyote skeleton (look at the arched spine, humerus to ulna/radius sizes and the bones of the back leg. Remember where the shoulder joins, make sure you don't forget the shoulder blades!) [link]
Coyote jumping (Coyote hindlegs are usually in this position when jumping or pouncing because it delivers a stronger jump) [link]
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