June 13th, 2012
Call of Cthulhu – The Musical is a webcomic series now showing on Quayle Station. Comic creator Brian Hendrickson describes his work as “Tentacular Spectacular” or a “Mountain of Musical Madness”. He maintains that there is a vast untapped fan base in the overlap between Lovecraft readers and those who enjoy Broadway musicals. It should be noted that he made a similar observation about Downton Abbey viewers and NASCAR fans.
Quayle Station adds new episodes of Call of Cthulhu – The Musical every other Monday.
February 22nd, 2012
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Human size cast Aluminum Cthulhu skull . This cast aluminum skull sculpture was made in our foundry right here in the state of Maine.
It was made using the lost wax method of casting. It is hollow and weighs 5 lbs.
A putrid green and red patina was applied and then coated with “Permalac” lacquer to seal the finish.
-You can have mounting tabs added to any skull with any hole size or thread for no extra cost.
-You can have a skull crafted to order, any design you want at the same price.
-A skull can be Anodized, plated, and otherwise painted/colored how you like for the same price.
We offer skulls cast in other metals.
1018 Steel $400
316 Stainless steel $600
Cast iron $400
Molten Metal works
April 6th, 2010
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Two sculpts available for sale as a kit, meaning unpainted prices will be set once the castings have been done.
The Dunwich sculpt was partial based on the last description of the fallen brother and the human face was inspired by Gustaf Tenggren and Sanford Kossin. The medium was pure aves two part apoxie.
The Lovecraft bust is a likeness based on the few existing photos of H.P. Lovecraft. The base has a relief based on novel descriptions and the artwork of Earl Geier, Rodell Sanford, Murray Tinkelman and John Holmes. The medium was sculpty and Aves two part apoxie.