The Life Leecher

Posted by John Dennett in In the works | 1 comment

01

Nov

2013
"The LIFE LEECHER"
“The LIFE LEECHER”

Completed in 1999 this wispy sculpture was based on a creature I had envisioned for a short story I’ve been planning to write.

Much like it’s counterpart in the proposed tale, after so many years confined and almost forgotten, IT will finally materialize ... as a resin model kit!

At this time it’s slated for a Spring 2014 release. As things progress I’ll update it all here along with kit options and a series of turn-around photos.

For the present time then, a word of warning. Steer you clear the circle of scorched stone with ground vapors most uncommon least your mortal frame fall prey to… the Life Leecher!

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1 Comment

James Nichols ⋅ 23 June 2014 at 12:05 AM

This is even more creepy than I originally imagined, brother John! Please hold one for me , as I’ll be ordering myself one in August for my birthday. Thanks!

John Dennett ⋅ 23 June 2014 at 12:10 AM

Thank you brother James…setting one aside for you as requested. I can think of no better way to celebrate than having this guy pop out of your cake! :D

 

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I like the prologue.  It is well written.  I can’t wait to see the sculpture in person.

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Fantastic kit! I am so sure that the modelers will have a great time in making the Life Leecher.

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It may be sinister and creepy but the finished product is a work of art.

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My modeler friend would love this and for sure will get hold of this especially when he reads the prologue.

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