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There is something strange going on in the village lately.
People hear footsteps like those of a child, things tends to be in a different place then where they left them.
Children have nightmares and seem to be afraid of their toys even.
And it's getting worse, it started with a few missing pets, but now Old Lady Harrington is missing, nowhere to be found.
Could it have something to do with that new girl living at the edge of the village?
Her name is Lilith, and she is so friendly, she gave every child in the village one of her handcrafted dolls for free.
But still, there's something strange about it all.
Constable Burton decided to have a look at her place.
So one night he walked to the edge of the village, he saw lights shining through Lilith's windows.
He could be wrong of course, such a nice girl, but he had a hunch and he really wanted to know.
So he opened the door.
The moment he did he knew he shouldn't have...
Lilith and the Creepy Dolls are 3d printed on my Elegoo Mars. Design from Dragon Trapper's Lodge.
Bookcases are from Minimonster Studios and Reaper Bones.
Table and benches fom Reaper Bones.
Floor was made with a GreenstuffWorld Rollerpin.
Wall is a plasticcard base.
Hope you like it
Hard to go wrong with sexy female demons, but this one was a devil in more than one sense of the word from start to finish. Despite being cast in metal she is pretty fragile. The trident broke off and for years she sat in my box of unpainted figs, until one day I found the little pointy bit. Her tail, likewise, kept bending and i was sure I'd lose that too.
Did her skin with the Bright Skin triad, because that's been waiting patiently for years as well. Her face is a mess, but overall she came out ok.
By Lord of the Dish Pit
Continuing on what will hopefully be a Halloween Season painting binge, a Wizkids Phase Spider in the traditional Halloween colors of Orange, Black, Green and Purple...
Surprisingly the underside wasn't too difficult to get to considering it's attached to the base out of the blister.
I liked the naturalistic pose of it, and here we can see the magic that is Reaper's Coal Black adding a nice subdued greenish tint to the legs.
I don't know what release phase the spider was a part of, but I've had him for awhile. WizKids can be kind of hit or miss when it comes to the frustration level of painting them, but this one was easy to work with and there wasn't any missing or obscured detail, nor were the mold line too bothersome.