THE MONSTER (REPAINTED IN 2020)
1/4 scale, hollow-cast resin (head and hands are solid-cast)
Sculpted by Adam Dougherty for KitKong Mansion -this is a BIG model!

 

One of my favorite models, I bought and built him in 2011.
In hindsite I thought I didn't do a very good job on the face and hands - they were a cartoonish green.
I re-painted them in 2020 and I think it looks much better now.

 

 

I love the way this figure is posed - the monster just hulks into the room... (if "hulk" can be used as a verb...)

 

The new paint job is on the left, the old one on the right. To paraphrase Alfred Hitchcock, the old one was done by a gifted amatuer; the new one was done by a seasoned professional!

 

 


Frankenstein and Fritz
1/6 scale
sculptor: Jeff Yagher / producer: XOFacto (two separate kits)
scratch-built base, nameplate by The Headless Hearseman


After building the Bride of Frankenstein 4-figure set (see below), I realized that I desperately needed a really good Yagher sculpt of the 1931 monster,
and this one came up on eBay, so I built this dio using him and the Fritz that I already had.

 

 

 

 

Fritz
XOFacto, sculpted by Jeff Yagher
1/6 scale, resin


Excellent model, excellent casting! I got it for a good price through the Clubhouse (thanks again, Greg!)


Yeow! Looney Tunes!



I'll be using him in a huge diorama, so I didn't need the base. I also needed a torch instead of a whip, so I made one out of Alves.


Let this be a lesson - you pay someone minimum wage, they don't take pride in their work. They mistakenly grab the abnormal brain, etc.....

 

THE MONSTER (my old paint job from 2011)
1/4 scale, hollow-cast resin (head and hands are solid-cast)
Sculpted by Adam Dougherty for KitKong Mansion -this is a BIG model!



 

 

 

 


Nice base, too - excellent nameplate!

 

 

Here's a side-by-side size comparison between the Aurora Frankenstein and this behemoth:

Here's what it looks like in my living room. It's too big for the Model Museum room:

 


 

1/6th scale, vinyl, Horizon





"Crazy, Am I?" from Monsters In Motion (Colin Clive)
1/6th scale, resin:














BIG FRANKY! with a BIG bottle of wine!
(but alas, with no neck bolts! I lost them!)

 

Old faithful, from Aurora:


 

 

 

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