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1 hour ago, MojoBob said:

Hopefully it will inspire a certain degree of disquiet among my players.

 

It certainly should!  It has the look of Things That Man Was Never Meant To See.

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That is a SPLENDIDLY disturbing Whatever. The choice of colors &  glossy areas suit the Beasty  WONDERFULLYOUTSTANDING WORK!

There are a few spots where an eyeball would look good.

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7 hours ago, Warlady said:
9 hours ago, MojoBob said:

Hopefully it will inspire a certain degree of disquiet among my players.

 

It certainly should!  It has the look of Things That Man Was Never Meant To See.

I agree!

That's a pretty creepy/gruesome....thing.

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8 hours ago, malefactus said:

There are a few spots where an eyeball would look good.

 

I did originally mean to paint in an eyeball or two, but when it came to it I decided to leave it. I might revisit that decision though; after all, if they don't work out I can always just paint over them.

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It's so... fleshy. And the evil bartender/butcher is a nice touch - perhaps the blood comes from carving off bits of cube....

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