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Portrait Painting - The Frankenstein Monster by Dick Bobnick

The Frankenstein Monster is a painting by Dick Bobnick which was uploaded on July 31st, 2010.

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Great job! Congratulations!!

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well done!

well done!

well done!

Ahhhh I was raised with this guy and i remember his friends, LOL. I lOve FRanky !!! Great Work !!!! I always felt sad for Franky ;)

OMG! AWESOME! It's Frankie! My absolute favorite well besides The Creature from the Black Lagoon.

Great rendering! Love it!

What a wonderful image - you have really captured Boris Karloff in one off his most iconic roles. Congratulations on winning the Fantasy Creatures competition.

Good work! Brings back memories of the love I had for those old Horror Films and magazines like "Famous Monsters of Filmland".

wonderful,wonderful work! Incredible!

Frightening how good this is ! :)

As a child, we watched TV from Billings, Montana. Every Friday night, “Inner Sanctum” and would watch in horror when the monsters came on screen. Frankenstein’s Monster was the favorite. We would huddle around mother’s big chair, eat popcorn, and scream. As always, your work here is exceptionally fine.

My Hero.... great touch of work..Dick.........................Ed

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