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Mike Rutherford (aka "Trendon") did me a big favor a few weeks back and suggested I get in touch with Cortlandt Hull, great-nephew of "Werewolf of London" Henry Hull. Cortlandt and Dennis Vincent, he said, have interviewed James Bama, creator of most of Aurora's classic monster model box art paintings, and Jeff Yagher, sculptor of the series of box art kits based mostly on Bama's work, for an upcoming DVD called Legends of Film & Fantasy.

I did as Mike suggested and ended up having a great time researching and writing THIS MONTH'S RESIN THE BARBARIAN ENTRY. I hope you like it too.

Thanks.
 

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That is awesome!! Mr Hull is a great guy!! He gave me some awesome info for painting monsters!! Congrats to Mike R on his Box Art build ups!!
 

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Much appreciated. Cortlandt is opening the Witch's Dungeon today in Bristol, Conn. Man, I wish I could go.
 

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Excellent Blog again Todd:thumbsup:
Resin the Barbarian Rules!!!
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