First time I saw this kit that was also my thought... it's been a very enjoyable kit to build and finish. The frog was the most difficult to get the look I wanted... but in the end everything turned out very nicely.Great job on a cool kit...
Like opening up an old Monster Mag from the 60's
Hi Bob - Yes, he's the last one I'm doing for Wonderfest this year. As May approaches I'm really looking forward to the fest!! See you there!:thumbsup:Fantastic paint job on that rethought Frankenstein. It is a cool sculpt because of it's cartoonish inspiration. Your paint job is excellent and all the painting detailing you did really stand out. Is this one coming to the Fest in 4 weeks?
Thanks, the Frankenstein type was a challenge but I really did enjoy it.Whoah, that frog looks toadly cool! Great job on the kit!
Excellent sculpting job on the headstone too.
What colors did you use on his hairshirt?
He stands a little over 13" tall.Wow! Now I want one. How big is it?
Thanks Denis! I'm working on only the 2nd Wolfman I've ever built/painted. I'm liking the coloring on that hairshirt, and trying to figure out what colors to use on his fur.The hair shirt was first painted solid Dk. Brown(Tamiya acrylics), then I dry-brushed red-brown, desert yellow, and finally deck tan for some highlights. I sealed with Testors dull-coat clear between colors.
Very cool... I hope this helps!!Thanks Denis! I'm working on only the 2nd Wolfman I've ever built/painted. I'm liking the coloring on that hairshirt, and trying to figure out what colors to use on his fur.
Make sure you say "hello"!!I'm looking forward to seeing this one in person at Wonderfest - see you there!