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Ral Partha Legacy/Thunderbolt Mountains Werewolf Mummy from the Black Lagoon sculpted by Tom Meier


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Hello all you Reaperhavians!


So Tom Meier, when he was still running his own company, did a range of figures called Sparkle and Savage.  His daughter inspired him to sculpt some figures (armed fairy ballerinas with unicorn mounts) and his son inspired him to sculpt other ones, like this one.  Once you actually see the figure you'll see where the name comes from.




a nice combination of the classics!



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1 hour ago, Metalchaos said:

Very creative vintage "kitbashing" and great rendition.

Crazy what folks will invent!

1 hour ago, Glitterwolf said:

Great work on that one!

Thanks Glitterwolf! It's back to the classics of horror!

59 minutes ago, Cranky Dog said:

Well there's something you don't see everyday.


Sneaky too. A victim will be momentarily stunned as it tries to figure out what the heck it's supposed to be running away from.

Yeah, and those moments of confusion could cost them their life!

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2 hours ago, Mad Jack said:


 So many great "weird" classics back in the day... The three-headed troll, Texas Bob, Zoid the Pinhead Barbarian.... ::D:


Nobody makes minis like this guy anymore.


Unbridled goofy creativity!

1 hour ago, Chaoswolf said:

That's a pretty bizarre critter. Good work on the painting!

I agree with you there, pretty odd, but pretty cool!

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