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    The Innsmouth Look *Painted*

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    ooh I love this! You casting it? What was your inspiration? You got wips? What is your favourite colour?!?

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    My gosh, this is really good. I love the angle you have him in. Totally creepy! Lovecraft would have loved him. I also think that what you did with the base was brilliantly narstie. He looks so cold and dark and wet and froggie.
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    Do I see another Lovecraft fan?

    This guy's awesome. I actually just read "The Shadow over Innsmouth" again the other day. He fits the story perfectly.

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    I think this is more the full blown deep one look, rather than the Innsmouth look excellent detail and great subject matter. I also like the base a nice touch! Always great to see fellow Lovecraft fans in the artistic field.

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    Thanks for you kind comment guys. I have been on a trip for the last two week without internet access and it nice to come home to this kind of response. I am glad to see there are more Lovecraft fans. I am always starved for Cthulhu mythos artwork so I wanted to create some of my own. I hope to do more soon.

    Here is a WIP and a picture for scale comparison.


    TeaMonster - yes I am casting. Inspiration for this piece was H.P. Lovecraft's Shadow over Innsmouth. I will post a WIP. It depends on the day...... I think I like blue today.


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    Oh man! That is AWESOME DW!! It's got that perfect blend of realistic and
    caricature that I REALLY dig. Just outstanding.

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    Geez, dude. I thought it was four times that size.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joshua A.C. Newman View Post
    Geez, dude. I thought it was four times that size.
    So did I! For some reason it looks a lot bigger in the other pictures. Maybe because of the amount of detail?

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    Hey, remember,,, size dosen't matter!!!

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    Brilliant. Good expression on the face, and the base really completes it. It reminded of the Gill Man from the old movies after he got old and gained weight.

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    wow it's superb man ......i really like it ......keep it up

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