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Miskatonic Theology/Anthropology Dept. Part II (59048, Rippers: Order of St George Nun)


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Thanks, all!

21 hours ago, Darcstaar said:

Nice repurposing of dice boxes!?!

Yes indeed! Got the idea from a post on a FB group. The square squat box with the BIG monster skull is a golf ball display; they were on sale at my local craft store. 

On 8/2/2019 at 2:14 PM, Inarah said:

...Love the way the figure fits right in to the setting. She looks slightly nervous, like something might be lurking. 

It's a good survival trait! At Miskatonic, something probably is. You KNOW those demon skulls...whisper when the lights are off. 

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7 hours ago, KruleBear said:

Very cool trophy room. 

 

2 hours ago, Iridil said:

Fantastic - great trophies - and then you really killed it with the needlepoint picture on the wall! I bet the nun made it herself! 

Thanks! The needlepoint seemed like a good balance to all the unholy skullage.

(I think it was originally a clip-on earring. It's the picture frame that really sells it.)

 

9 hours ago, Disciple of Sakura said:

I'm gonna have to get me some of those skulls...

There are SO MANY SKULLZ in that box. Mostly human, some Ork, one or two of the weirder ones each. You may find your creativity exercised by the problem of what to do with so very many skulls.

 

Me? I'm gonna make a sketchy "WE BUY SKULLS--NO QUESTIONS ASKED!" kiosk.

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On 8/4/2019 at 3:04 PM, Rigel said:

There are SO MANY SKULLZ in that box. Mostly human, some Ork, one or two of the weirder ones each. You may find your creativity exercised by the problem of what to do with so very many skulls.

 

 

I paint dragons - I *never* have a problem with what to do with skulls....

 

This is absolutely awesome and had me in stitches!

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On 8/4/2019 at 11:30 PM, Egg of Coot said:

Very, very nice.  I may have to steal that idea . .  .

Thank you, and steal away!

23 hours ago, Warlady said:

I paint dragons - I *never* have a problem with what to do with skulls....

 

This is absolutely awesome and had me in stitches!

Good call, and I appreciate both the kind words and the cross-stitch pun! Your dragons are hella rad, too.

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