John Jameson is the son of newspaper tyrant J. Jonah Jameson. The first time John Jameson met Spider-Man was during one of his first space travels. Indeed, his space ship deviated from his trajectory and it was Spider-Man who succeeded to bring back the command control. Then John Jameson could engage the parachute. John owed his life to Spider-Man. These events made it so that John and Spider-Man got a special friendship in witch the two tried to help one another whenever the could, much to the dislike of John's father J. Jonah Jameson.
John was selected to go on a secret mission to the moon. While on the moon he collected lunar rocks including a red crystal gemstone. John started to wear this gemstone around his neck as an souvenir. This gemstone would transform John into a wolf-like state during a full moon. The newspapers, including his father's, dubbed him the Man-Wolf. As the Man-Wolf, John had many confrontations with Spider-Man and other heroes including She-Hulk.
He learned that the gem is the creation of Stargod, a god who wanted to transmit his powers to a successor.
John Jameson was created by Stan Lee and Steve Ditko and first appeared in The Amazing Spider-Man #1 (1963).
Base figurine used to create Stargod was... well, it could only be the Man-Wolf figurine.
Green parts of the costume - Snot Green, Blue Ink, Dark Angels Green, and Scorpion Green.
Gold parts - Burnished Gold, and Rhinox Hide.
Fur - Skull White, Fenrisian Grey, and Glacier Blue (Vallejo).
Brown parts - Beastial Brown, and Rhinox Hide.
Other colours used - Evil Sunz Scarlet, Abaddon Black, Light Yellow (Vallejo), and Emperor's Children.
Pre-paint / Sculpt
White Spray Prime
Base Paints Applied
Detail and Shading
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*Thank you to Comic Vine for the origin information on John Jameson.