Another example of using color as a concepting tool. In this case, the leader of the wolf pack has gray stripes while the others don’t. This sort of thing is a bit subtle for my tastes and not something I would use a lot. I prefer to have the differences more apparent since I’m a big believer in the “silhouette test.” Not sure if I covered that concept elsewhere, but basically it states that with a good design, you should be able to tell one character from another just by silhouette. In this case, I decided the subtlety was acceptable since it really isn’t THAT important that you can tell one wolf-alien from the next. If you pick up on the difference and can single out the leader from the rest of the pack, that’s fine. But it’s not crucial to the storytelling in any way.