The modelkits I used were partially altered (scratchmodded) to fit my specific production needs. Nonetheless the complete range of all nine “Monsterscenes” kits ( © Moebius Models of U.S.A. by arrangement with Denncomm, Monster Scenes is a trademark of Denncomm) were used. Further I cannibalized and altered the great “Nosferatu” figurekit from MONARCH Models to represent “the Master”. Also from MONARCH Models is the figurekit “the ghost of castle mare”, which I used unaltered as “Vladimir the 2nd (or the 3rd, i can’t remember...). Dr. Deadlys mansion is a slightly altered ”Burg Branzoll” (castle Branzoll) from KIBRI, who produce miniature architectural kits. (The huge lightning conductor on top of the castle is of course not included in the original kit).
Again there are some nice modelkits I used for the 2nd episode (or sequel if it sounds more modern...). First of all my beloved aunt Zelda: The original kit is “The witch” by Polar lights c . I did some minor changes, like her hands and other details. The most significant alteration, though, is her hairdo, for which I glued myriad of flax fibers on her head. Victor, the evil guy, is “the mad doctor” from Graveyard scenes. The owl that delivers the mail and the flying bat in the catacombs are unaltered rubber figurines from Bullyland - Spraitbach/ Germany, who produces all kinds of animal figures in different sizes. For the painting of mother, hanging in the hallway, facing victor’s room, I stole a nice painting out of the www that had no comment about its origin, (sorry).
Episode 3 uses "Dracula" from the series "monster of the movies" from Revell as Count Dracula, nearly unaltered. The “vampirehunter”, ”vampire girl” (acting as Draculas daughter) and the “grave robber” (as the blacksmith) and again starring “Victor” who is originally the “mad scientist” are from Graveyard-scenes. The wolves and the bear are from Schleich. The tiny fences and other stuff living up the village are from Faller. The bridge in the lava tunnel is a heavily altered railroad bridge also from Faller. The skeleton-slaves, feral cat, sabertooth -rabbit are all together from Dencomm. “Satan” is a thorough modification of “Gadin-the gray demon” from warrior series, made in thayland. Again all of the the other models, modelbuilding, images, story, text and computer retouching were done by Miltiades Polykrates/ Brentenmaisstrasse 36/3013 Tullnerbach/Austria. Again the webdesign on this episode 3 was executed by Beesign.com.