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Pedro Fernández
Painting: Arnau Lázaro
Material: Resin
Number of parts of the kit: 2
Scale: 1/12

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In 1897, when Irish writer Bram Stoker published his book “Dracula”, little he knew about the revolution that it would mean in time for the horror literary genre and for general popular culture. Inspired by the gothic horror literary tradition and in extensive research on European folklore and vampire stories, this work set the foundations of the modern image of such creatures.

The Count himself is one of the most portrayed fictional characters in art history. It is pointless to describe this universal character, as it is so rich and can be analyzed from so many perspectives, that it has allowed hugely different approaches, not even counting the many other vampire characters that he has inspired

From the noble and elegant count played by Bela Lugosi to the unsettling and silent Nosferatu from Murnau, from the kitsch blaxploitation portrayed in “Blacula” to the animated and fun-for-all-family character in “Hotel Transylvania”, countless artists have tried to pay homage to this immortal creature.

This character is very special to us, so our rendition has taken quite a long time to come true. We wanted to create a portrait that was easily recognizable while avoiding the main associated cliches, and inspiration doesn’t always come quickly. We decided to go back to the basics of the character. Deceptively fragile, but evil-looking. Inviting and seductive, but somehow repulsive. Apparently normal, but with a strong and unsettling fire in his eyes…

We hope you like him.

Note: This is a resin miniature kit that requires assembly and painting.