A few months ago, my fiance and I bought an unpainted werewolf statuette from . He wanted a gray werewolf with blue eyes, and this is what it looked like when I was finished painting it. The photos really don't do justice to some of the subtle shading and tones.
*EDIT* WANT ONE OF YOUR OWN? is selling them for $300 for a custom paint job, or $175 for a blank. For anyone who has contemplated buying anything form ~Meadowknight don't hesitate! It was a beautifully detailed and solid sculpt. I would definitely buy from her again.
A great gift from rajewel after this RL Picture: lupusworax.deviantart.com/art/… Thats what happens if you mess around with me so you better think before you act. Thanks so much again for that total awesomeness!
A kit of William from Underworld from Dead End Resin, sculpted by Mark VanTine. Built and painted by me. This sculpt is meant to have an open mouth, I was asked to turn it into more of a closed snarl. So everything under the chin to the neck, and part of the face had to be resculpted in order to make the bottom jaw fit. I painted it in such a way that the skin would still be visible through the places where the fur should be thin. I also added various bullets and casings onto the base for that true Underworld effect. In person he has a very realistic almost albino translucenty skin quality and nice blue undertones in his fur that unfortunately just does not translate well in photos.
Second winner of my werewolf portrait raffle from forever ago. This is Furian on FA, who as it turns out has a very fun face to work with and makes for a very handsome werewolf. I chose to experiment with the marker tool in SAI and boy, do I like how this turned out!
This kit is old and very rare. After much research I found out it was sold through CRM Hobbies(and at Wonderfest) in 2000-01and was sculpted by Rudy Garcia. Only 20 were ever made. We acquired it un-finished and partially broken, from an estate sale. I fixed its broken leg and toenails and then painted him up. We made the cobblestone base from scratch. The sign is a separate resin piece that I picked up at Jersey Fest and then painted. I forget who made it.