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Santee Werewolf

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The Santee Werewolf is a werewolf I designed and created for the Halloween season. The season lasts all October and into November at my house. This ensures all who enjoy Halloween will get an opportunity to see my latest creations and hopefully have as much fun viewing them as I have had making them.
 
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Step 1: Ingredients

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Gathering supplies. I used quite a bit more items than shown in this first photo. There is a lot of fur, steel, clay, paint etc. that is used!

Step 2: Welding

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The steel is welded together to create the skeleton for strength and a basic shape or shell for the the werewolf to be sculpted onto. The first image is the first piece that I welded together. It is the "spine" of the creature this was my starting point and from here I was able to "understand" how the rest would come together.
Holy shiz, that is terrifying. I was holding my breath when I clicked the link, betting that there were no process shots to accompany the awesome prop. You made my night! Thank you for documenting this awesome build!
Ballyman (author)  scoochmaroo1 year ago
Thank you! I'm glad you like it!
poofrabbit1 year ago
This looks fantastic! I ADORE great stuff foam! I wish I had known about it in college I would have been very dangerous! Very nice job!
Plo Koon10 months ago
dude you have way too much time on ur hands..... :)
Oh goodness! I thought this was a costume at first, this is frightening, perfect for the season.
Ballyman (author)  EducationSmellsSweet1 year ago
This would make for a pretty freaky costume. I have the mold still so maybe I'll make something out of it still. Now you got me thinking...thanks for the comment!
very nyc...nd scary too..good job
Ballyman (author)  supratim1231 year ago
Thank you!!
Whoa. Very impressive build and excellent photos too :D
Ballyman (author)  jessyratfink1 year ago
Thank you! :)