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You just had to take two monsters and make an even scarier one didn't you?

 

Awesome conversion!

Well painted.

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2 minutes ago, Glitterwolf said:

You just had to take two monsters and make an even scarier one didn't you?

 

Why is this in purple?  I see no sarcasm.  And yes.  Yes I did.

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this is delightful! 

look out third kids.  too much fertility is a bad thing! 

I keep trying to find the seems, and failing.  

 

 

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Cheers for St-Patrick! That's an unholy divinity, how can the fertility god demand sacrifices. These pagan stories makes no sense. :huh:

You did an amazing job on this celestial aberration conversion. Did you use ink to paint it or only regular acrylic paint?

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10 hours ago, Froggy the Great said:

Made from the "Mashaaf" and "Great Cthulhu" figures, here's my interpretation of Crom Cruach, the Celtic fertility god who demanded the sacrifice of a third of the children and whom St.Patrick allegedly vanquished:

 

Crom Cruach.jpg

Is there something you know that you aren’t telling us?  Back under the bed with a flashlight and broom for me.

 

Great work as always, I like how you created the mottled skin look.

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On 4/25/2018 at 3:35 PM, Froggy the Great said:

Crom Cruach, the Celtic fertility god who demanded the sacrifice of a third of the children and whom St.Patrick allegedly vanquished

 

 Well, that would certainly explain why the Irish Catholics are famous for having ridiculously large families....

 

 

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Wow that's a fantastic conversion well done 

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