Tag Archives: life-size sculpture
Now holding court in St Louis’ The Darkness haunted attraction is a legend of film…The Lord of Darkness! A tall bloke, he stands 7′ 4″ without the horns yet weighs under 140lbs when assembled. His horns, staffhead and right arm … Continue reading
A quick shot of the unpainted head before being attached to the body.
Progress shots. Now back to work. Halloween soon.
Howdy fellow Monsterphiles! And now to continue documenting the progress of our latest monster project: I’ve sawed off the head to better reposition it and for ease of access while sculpting. I can now be seated to work on its … Continue reading
Here we have our current creature well underway. The EMT conduit framed has been hand-bent into shape and the wireform stage is complete. Aluminum mesh has been hot-glued over the entire volume and the foam coating begun. For scale reference … Continue reading
A couple close friends of the Studio Grimstone know what this armature is for but I ain’t gonna tell ya. Just yet. Go on, fire off a guess. No, it is not a life-size King Chicken but the voice is … Continue reading
Here are some close-ups of Grimstone’s latest monstrous creation…but not too close; those claws are seriously sharp. Thus ends the creation tale of the 7′ Wolfman. His story now continues in the museum, and in the hearts, minds, and “me … Continue reading
After a day-long odyssey, featuring frantic touch-ups, building a Wolfman-sized vest, coating him with evidence of a fresh kill, a two-hour drive with no air conditioning, and four stops on the highway to curtail the attempted escape of the tarp … Continue reading
Here are a couple more photos from our shoot with Brent Chumley, including a surprise guest who really stole the show: No witty comments for little Red there; just pure cute. I think she staged that shot herself too…there was … Continue reading