Werewolf Size Calculation

Hypothetically if a human were to turn into a wolf, their legs would stay the same length, if not appearing slightly shorter due to the bending of digitigrade legs, but how big would a wolf be if it had the length of a humans leg? Right now I'm trying to figure out how big a 6'4 human would be as a wolf, but I don't know anything about math. The wolf should be about the same height as their human form while standing on two legs. I'd like a formula to find out the height of any were, but explained to me as if I were twelve.

• Do you have rules governing your werewolves? Because without a lot more detail about the process of becoming a werewolf (there's a lot of mass conversion! Where does the mass for the fur come from?) then the only guess we can make is based on the length of the human spine. In other words, ignoring all the other (kinda important) details, find the avg length of a wolf's spine, the avg length of a human spine, that gives you a ratio and lets you see how much to upsize the wolf to get your werewolf.
– JBH
Oct 24, 2020 at 4:17
• An upright werewolf, a wolfman (from the movies) isn't shaped at all like a wolf. And most of the stories I've read, their bones break during the conversion. Oct 24, 2020 at 13:36