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Sometimes negative space is more telling than a base filled with stuff. However, here are some suggestions: scratches across the bloody floorboards, nail details in the boards, toys like a jack in the box, top or, a tiny voodoo doll, bloody animal collar. I noticed an L shape under the dolls mouth...paint it to look like a cats tail. Fun stuff for halloween jack o lanterns, a white sheet ghost costume (as if this monster is what was underneath the costume) trick or treat .

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24 minutes ago, 3vil3lvis said:

Sometimes negative space is more telling than a base filled with stuff. However, here are some suggestions: scratches across the bloody floorboards, nail details in the boards, toys like a jack in the box, top or, a tiny voodoo doll, bloody animal collar. I noticed an L shape under the dolls mouth...paint it to look like a cats tail. Fun stuff for halloween jack o lanterns, a white sheet ghost costume (as if this monster is what was underneath the costume) trick or treat .

 

All those are excellent ideas. Thanks! This figure comes in packs of two, so at some point I'll do the other one and give your ideas a shot.

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On 6/30/2019 at 2:34 PM, Rigel said:

Definitely gives off an "Are you my mummy?"  creepy vibe. Well done! 

 

No, I think it KNOWS you're it's mother.

 

And it wants a hug, and possibly a story...

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that is creepy as heck,

 

 

 

 

the only thing i could think to put there, maybe off to the side a little, an empty Bassinet with cobwebs on it.

 

old-creepy-eerie-wooden-baby-crib-in-aba

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2 hours ago, Fencig said:

that is creepy as heck,

 

 

 

 

the only thing i could think to put there, maybe off to the side a little, an empty Bassinet with cobwebs on it.

 

old-creepy-eerie-wooden-baby-crib-in-aba

 

Oooo nice

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