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Classic Monsters: The Phantasm (Death Shroud, 02546)

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Thank you! I'd love to be able to take credit for the story, but it's all quotes from Montague Rhodes James, a man who truly knew how to do ghost stories.

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I like that little bit of red on the raised places. Very creepy. You kept it dark and foreboding but also gave it that little bit of color that draws the eye.

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On 10/21/2019 at 11:55 PM, Pochi said:

I like that little bit of red on the raised places. Very creepy. You kept it dark and foreboding but also gave it that little bit of color that draws the eye.

I second this. It makes a good paint job into an excellent one.

 

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