…I’m starting to feel like I’ve got to get a move on. This is a more involved project than I had initially imagined, and a new baby sure cuts into your hobby time!
Anyway, I’ve finished the subtractive surfacing of the wall. The glue held without difficulty and the frames gave me a much better frame of reference for cutting the bricks. Score.
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Just a touch of structural work here. Soon we’ll tackle the details. Should be pretty quick work.
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A few extra touches to build the door up a bit.
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Welcome back to the Gilman House, friends. Here’s another living tutorial, sent from my relatives in Innsmouth. Continue reading “Eldritch Elf: 28 XI 18”
Solstice time has come again, and that means the H.P. Lovecraft Historical Society‘s annual gift exchange! This year we’ve begun calling it Eldritch Elf. I love this thing. Those who participate are given the name & address of another member of the Society to whom they must send a gift, etc etc. This exchange, though, is all Lovecraft fanatics. Like a good elf, I always make a unique piece for my unknown friend. Continue reading “Eldritch Elf: 27 XI 18”
A pre-human obelisk disgorged from the depths of the ocean.
WIP inspired by H.P. Lovecraft’s Dagon.