I tried on an Apple Watch earlier today, but now I’m thinking there’s a way to accessorize my limbs that’s less ostentatious and more distinctive: werewolf hands, feet and leg props for sale at Prop Store. Here are three lycanthropic lots currently for sale. (more…)
Tom Spina Designs “Mystery Project” Werewolf Teaser Photos
What kind of werewolf project are they working on over at Tom Spina Designs? I know the answer but I ain’t tellin’ (until the man says I can).
A number of teaser photos have appeared on their Facebook page over the past few days (go and Like them!), with this lovely hand shot being the latest. Seeing this stuff make me want to quit my day job and go back to school. Look. Covet. I know I am.
Check out the detail on this sculpt. [insert dumb joke about manicures here]
And these nails…
… are going into these feet, which are getting some hand-punched hair added.
Down & Dirty Deluxe Werewolf Costume (and a Baby Werewolf Puppet)
The folks at The Horror Dome aren’t screwing around. Not only will they apply themselves diligently to ensure that your Nightmares Come True, they will also make sure you have your Halloween 2010 werewolf costume squared away by July. That’s when you can expect to receive your Big Bad Wolf (Studio Werewolf Costume) if you order now. I’m not going to lie to you: this werewolf might want to get his bilirubin levels checked, and he definitely needs to wash his face. But for $500, this setup looks pretty awesome. Those hands look great, and it’s nice to see some werewolf feet that don’t look like they belong to a hobbit in need of a pedicure.
They also sell a baby werewolf puppet. I’m going to say that again: a baby werewolf puppet. Look at this thing. I want one so I can take it to the playground with all the other responsible parents and pretend to bottle-feed it (because let’s face it, bottle-feeding is the only option with a kid like this).
Thanks to Russell for the links!
Leather Paw Shoes and Gloves
Werewolf News reader Nathan Roe sent me a link to these amazing pieces of leatherwork by Bob Basset. They’re not specifically for a werewolf outfit, but it’s not hard to imagine them looking awesome in that context. Let me save you some time– it appears they were made for a private collector, and aren’t for sale.