My very own air-drying clay sculpt of Dunwich horror was inspired by, surprise surprise "Dunwich horror" tale, written by Lovecraft. It is a cosmic beast that lives in the Whateley farm I've shown you few posts back. As you could see, the farm had no inner walls...those had to be demolished to give the beast enough space to live! Also, you could see a wooden ram leading to 2nd story. This was to lead the cattle upstairs to feed the beast, when it was small enough to "only" fill one story.
have painted it green, which appears to be wrong choice, but I didn't
want to have yet another skin-tonned monster in my collection. I have
painted it bulgy eyes as I was just painint fishmen's eyes (will be
shown in next post!). That tentacle tongue is my add-on, figured there
is never too many tentacles! All together it is a bit of a rush job, could be done better and it might as well be done worse. I had some problems with the size, as it should be "bigger'n a barn", but I figured that shows that just as good. I must say my eyes hurt every time I see those big bulgy eyes...MONSTROSITY!
In game, I planned to use it as a
"godling" which is their designation for Cthulhu, until I get reaper
bones' plastic cthulhu (I've made a deal with someone to get it for me
and I hope the deal still stands!). As Shocking tales 3 supplement book
for Strange Aeons includes rules for "real" Dunwich horror, I can use it
UPDATE: More I looked at it, more I disliked the green, so I've repainted it in grays. I've added new pictures below the original so you can see the difference.
Thanks for looking,