Werewolf variations

I've been wondering about the potential for AI to complete half-finished art pieces, figured I'd try out some outpainting/inpainting using Dall-E2 on some older artwork I'd done, or at least to provide some idea iterations. I had sculpted a werewolf head (based on the wolf from the movie "An American Werewolf in London") some time ago, but abandoned it before getting to hair and fur. I also used the Stable Diffusion plug-in for Photoshop to add text prompts such as "classic werewolf, matted fur, frenzied attack, tattered red hood" and adjusted image and prompt weights until a consistent image was formed. I then upscaled in Gigapixel and finished back in Photoshop. Check out the base mesh for the sculpt to see how much work the AI is doing, I quite liked the albino wolf variations.

Mouth shape pushed, cape extended

Mouth shape pushed, cape extended

Saliva, hair and fur added, neck extended

Saliva, hair and fur added, neck extended

Colour variations. I liked the extra overlapping rows of teeth the AI dreamed up

Colour variations. I liked the extra overlapping rows of teeth the AI dreamed up

Early 3D base mesh, minus teeth and tongue

Early 3D base mesh, minus teeth and tongue

Black and White contrast adjusted

Black and White contrast adjusted