Frankenstein Meets The Wolfman
1/7th scale, resin
Re-Produced by Shadow Kreations in 2019 / Sculpted by Jeff Yagher
Nameplate by The Headless Hearseman
Tree, dirt, moss vegetation added

This took quite awhile!

I Added the tree, some dirt, and the moss after watching the movie (again).

Excellent, excellent sculpt.



Bela even has his right-cheek mole!


Wolfie's nose is cold and wet! He's in good health!!!



A detail of the base. I worked on it for a long time before tackling the figures.


Don't ever throw anything out - I found this nameplate in my junk drawer!
I even remember receiving it and thinking "well, maybe I'll have a "Frankenstein Meets The Wolfman" model someday".
I even remember picturing this model in my mind, though at the time it was long out of print.
Thanks to Troy Naeyaert of Shadow Creations for re-popping this one!

1/5 scale. resin

Sculpted by Kreature Kid / Produced by Kit Kong

This thing is a beauty, and it's BIG!
Kit Kong has another 1/4 scale Wolfman model; this was an earlier release.

He's ready to pounce!


I love the base. Like an idiot, I was building it with the stump in the rear. The second day I was working on it, I picked it up and noticed the nameplate. Duh!
So now it's facing the correct way.



On The Prowl, 1/6 scale, resin
Sculpted by Jeff Yagher / Produced by Resin Crypt

I had lusted after this model for a long time and finally bit the (silver) bullet.
This scene was my first glimpse of a movie monster back when I was six years old.
I had watched the first half-hour of the movie and was getting bored. Everyone at school said it was wicked scary, but it was just a bunch of people talking.
Then I saw the feet walking through the woods, and then the camera panned up to the face.
Game over; I was hooked for life.....

I wanted to go with an autumn look. I first saw this film during Halloween week on TV. I was deliciously scared of the woods for a long time after that....


This is a kit from the early days of garage kits; I think it originally had a different base, or maybe even no base at all.
It's wonderful that Vin at Resin Crypt still has the molds. This is probably the best Wolfman figure I've ever seen; at least it's the most classic.


Polar Lights, 1/4 scale, cold-cast resin
This thing is HUGE and HEAVY - you could use the figure as a weapon!






While I was prepping it by washing it in the sink, one of the fingers broke off.
I went nuts looking for it and then finally opened the trap under the sink;
the finger made a bit of a "ting!" when it landed in a saucepan I was using to catch the water. Whew!

Nice base - MUCH more detail than the 1/12 scale styrene version of the same sculpt.

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


Here's the styrene Polar Lights model, about 1/12th scale. As nice a model as it is, it pales in comparison the the 1/4 scale version.
It's almost as tall as the 1/4 scale version's waist:


Horizon, 1/6 scale vinyl; scratch-built base

(This was my first pro model. It blew me away!)


Old Faithful, Aurora 1/8 scale styrene
Polar Lights reissue


Please don't ask where the rope knot went that belongs on his waist.....

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