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i recently acquired a pair of these. they are made out of latex and attached to a wood base. they are approximately 3 ft tall. any info would be greatly appreciated. thanks!!!!
 

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wow thanks a lot!!! do u have this catalog?
No problem. I do, along with quite a few from years ago, with the exception of one or two, I think.

You, Garthgoyle, are the man.
How on Earth did you track that down?
Thank you, Abunai:D I can barely remember what I had for breakfast most days, though I seem to have a pretty good memory when it comes to things like this, which just shows what is most important:rolleyes:
 

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AAH! that "Memory-thing!"
I thought I wasn't very smart throughout most of school, then one day when talking about Hot Rod cars I told the person I could find them a picture of the car we had been talking about. At home looking through a stack of various car magazines , it took me mere seconds to locate the magazine and I turned to the right page like I was being told which page that picture was on.
Later I realized I had accidently sort of memorized the stack of magazines and could almost grab a certain car's picture a certain car's story a certain car with a certain engine built-up using certain components....
If my brain (or was my little toe?) could mentally recall such information at will from 150 magazines, why wasn't I getting better grades?
I know. My head capacity had reached it's limit, it was parked full!
 

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Nice work Garth...wow, that gargoyle was expensive back then
*Bows*:p Thanks, xxScorpion64xx. I know...

it was made by Illusive Concepts , i use to have a mask from them , this is what it looked like ( not my picture)
The mask looks a good deal like the gargoyle prop. I want to say that Mario Chiodo was the artist for that line, or at least one of the main ones if there were others. I remember that the masks were very detailed, absolutely massive, and incredibly cool, although the prices were a bit on the high side (well into the hundreds).
 

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Lake of the Dead is correct, that prop was made by illusive concepts. Garthgoyle is also right, Mario Chiodo was most likely the sculptor.

That is a rare and hard to find prop! Nice find!
 

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Thanks everyone. How do u all find out this info. It blows me away. I would love to see some of these catalogs
 
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