Lupine Werewolf

He stood dressed in a black robe with a staff with a wolf head carved on the head. His ruffled black fur, glowing blue eyes, snarling off-white teeth and pink gums, the glossy black nose was prominent. Meet Lupine Werewolf.

I finally met Lupine Werewolf (Twitter as @RaymondRatayski) at the Biggest Little Fur Con in Reno, Nevada, this last weekend. Normally, he would wear a 30-link chain that weighs nearly 80 pounds, but for BLFC, he had to skip as that would be an issue for airline baggage.

The head work has incredible, realistic detail. I absolutely love the quality and detail on the head. The head was made by @Crystume, based in Sequim, Washington.

Lupine is from Pennsylvania.

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Anti-Smoking Ad Leaves Wolf Out of Breath

There is a reason why I do not smoke cigarettes or any other tobacco or cannabis products. This is one of them and on top of stench and cost.

This advert posted in October 2016 illustrates a bipedal anthropomorphic “big bad” wolf who has smoked since a teen to head out on a fair tale-based mission. As soon as the wolf enters the Straw City populated with pigs, the wolf tries to blow down the town with his breath. The attempt was unsuccessful from having weak lungs caused by smoking, only dislodging a single straw. 

The wolf appearance and the effects are nicely done.

Well, Hello! WCHC Werewolf Window Art

Well, look at this gorgeousness on the window at the Lloyd Center Hilton Hotel. A. Quinton,’s Nodnash, and I finished breakfast at Milo’s Cafe on Sunday morning. A. Quinton and I headed back to the hotel and in search of coffee along the way. We didn’t find of coffee much along the way, but found this amazing window art along the NE 11th Ave. side of the hotel. That was after we both just turned around after staring at a closed coffee shop across the block for about a minute or two.

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The Masks of the West Coast Haunters Convention


The West Coast Haunters Convention happened in Portland, Oregon, this past weekend. On the vendor show floor, a few werewolf masks were spotted on display from a few vendors.

The first series of masks featured is a well-crafted head (above) and hand claw glove set (below) sold by Necrotic Creation. The gray fur on both the head and gloves are crafted to give the fur a realistic and natural look on the gray “skin.” The eye holes are actually located inside the mouth, so this particular werewolf will be wandering around with its muzzle wide open. “Feed me!”

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