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Oh my!  What is it, a werewolf zombie?  I am intrigued.  Nice job making it gruesome and gross.  Someone will be very happy (or very frightened) to have this appear on their doorstep, I am sure.

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*** Did somebody dug up uncle Wulfghar again?***

 

Very cool mini, I love the fur/muscle tones, and the milky white dead eye looks suitably disturbing.

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Well, that is super gross! In other words - Well done!  The exposed muscle looks good and he has just the right amount of manic creepiness!

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On Tuesday, April 25, 2017 at 10:29 PM, James- said:

Awesome model!

I love the little bones laying around. Where did you get them? 

Actually not bones...dried leaves.  Curled a bit when sealing but I liked the look so kept them.

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On Monday, April 24, 2017 at 11:13 PM, InvisibleThumb said:

Oh my!  What is it, a werewolf zombie?  I am intrigued.  Nice job making it gruesome and gross.  Someone will be very happy (or very frightened) to have this appear on their doorstep, I am sure.

Yes...werewolf zombie.  An older Bob Ridolfi sculpt but I think still available.  Thanks for the kind words

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On Tuesday, April 25, 2017 at 9:19 AM, Pochi said:

Well, that is super gross! In other words - Well done!  The exposed muscle looks good and he has just the right amount of manic creepiness!

Thanks Pochi...kinda rushed it but overall satisfied. Liked doing the exposed muscle the best.

On Tuesday, April 25, 2017 at 4:38 AM, Xherman1964 said:

*** Did somebody dug up uncle Wulfghar again?***

 

Very cool mini, I love the fur/muscle tones, and the milky white dead eye looks suitably disturbing.

Thanks Xherman1964.  However, I realize I forgot to go back and redo the eyes so it would look like a regular wolf eye then add the white glaze.  Oops...oh well...still not bad. Thanks for the comment!

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