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The existential dread of mortality! This sallow and sombre undertaker is a great reminder that the old man with the scythe gets closer every minute. OSL was fun to work with here.
77143, the Undertaker/ Gravedigger pairs nicely with this little fella from a Familiars 2 pack (77196 in Bones, can't seem to find the listing for the metal version). 
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When you dig my grave, make it shallow,
So that I can feel the rain.

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As it's almost Halloween, it's good to consider that maybe the REAL monster was inside us the whole time--a spooky, scary skeleton!
Here's 03467, DHL Classic Skeletons; 02296, the Wight of Westbarrow; 59021, Bone Fiend, and 77347, Barrow Warden 2.

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And some shots with both inhumer and inhumed.

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