Animatronic Prop Animated Wolf in a Box for Party Decoration, Brown
Includes Deluxe Werewolf Mask. Mouth and Lips Move When You Do.
Material: Latex Size: Adult One Size Fits most adult heads Length:30cm/11.8" ; Width:24cm/9.45" For Any Party or Animal Costume Allergy warning: 1.If you are allergic to latex, don't wear this 2.This product is normally have a smelling of latex , you can put it on the Ventilation place for one day Package Included: 1x Werewolf Wolf Head latex Mask A Pair of Wolfclaw Hands
Werewolf Deluxe Mask : Talk about one Mean wolf. Full over the head latex mask with lots of hair attached. Note: Some masks may not have eye holes. This allows you to customize it to your own eyes by cutting your own set of holes. You may want to purchase black makeup to darken around your eyes to enhance the illusion.
Do not beware of the full moon in this men's monster blood moon wolf Halloween costume mask! Realistic looking werewolf creature mask with black hair attached for that extra realism. Best quality. One size fits most adults.
In February of 1996, makeup effects artist Todd Tucker filmed a creature-oriented fantasy called WOLVY over two days in the San Fernando Valley. Including makeup effects, sculpted characters and articulated otherworldly creatures, the effort was a massive undertaking. This 24-minute DVD documents the entire process from behind-the-scenes, including interviews with Tucker, detailed step-by-step makeups, and exclusive on-set footage from both key production dates. This documentary was the first in a series of behind-the-scenes of makeup effects films by Scott Essman and Visionary Cinema under the banner of CREATURE PEOPLE. Tucker spent years researching and designing the six characters for the show, then created them in his free time using the skills which got him key jobs on films such as "The Mask," "Mrs. Doubtfire," and "Thinner." Among his characters are a seven-foot-tall, four-armed, childlike abominable snowman named Gus, a pair of monstrous body-guards named the Thug Brothers, and a marsupial wrestling manager named Willie Weasel. The live-action comic book footage was edited and planned as a feature film project. Todd's story centers around the lead character Wolvy, a cocky, flamboyant, upright, wrestling werewolf. It seems that Wolvy must wrestle Baby Mulligan before he is...
This is one Mean Wolf! Full over-the-head latex mask with brown hair covering the back of the head. Vision is through the sides of the mouth.