Fetal Werewolf & Nosferatu Skulls

Fetal Werewolf & Nosferatu Skulls
Fetal Werewolf & Nosferatu Skulls Fetal Werewolf & Nosferatu Skulls

The Werewolf skull bears the clear signs of Lycanthropy, melding human and wolf anatomy. The Nosferatu skull possesses both human and bat characteristics invoking vampires and gothic horrors. These monstrous specimens are well suited for scientific display in a curiosity cabinet or part of any gothic decor.

Each measures 7" tall with the base, and 4.5" front to back. Skull is cast in resin and hand painted, mounted on a wooden rod into a painted resin base.

Nosferatu Fetal Skull Display Werewolf Fetal Skull Display
In: Decorations, Oddities, Sculpture, Vampires, Werewolves

Werewolf in a Can

Werewolf in a Can
Werewolf in a Can Werewolf in a Can

This is a digitally sculpted, 3D printed and highly articulated Werewolf skeleton. In a can! The model consists of 22 parts, with 18 points of articulation, for a wide and realistic variety of poses. It stands approximately 7 inches tall when fully assemble in an upright pose. Each model also comes with assembly instructions, if you're in a rush to get it together, and two sets of hands, in opened and closed poses.

$70 @ Mythic Articulations
In: Oddities, Toys, Unearthed, Werewolves

Werewolf News

Werewolf News

Since 2008, Werewolf News has been the web’s premiere source of (mostly) consistent lycanthropy-related news, reviews and editorial blather. It was established by Andrew Quinton as a glorified collection of personal bookmarks to “cool werewolf stuff”, and not much has changed since then – despite the unaccountable growth of its readership, Werewolf News is still just a journalistically dubious blog about werewolves on the horror scene.

www.werewolf-news.com
In: Blogs, Werewolves
I Will Pray
Once upon a midnite habit... ©2015 Jaded & Meeks, Inc.
Confession | Congregation | Sundries | RSS