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For such a skilled craftsman, it seems like a rookie mistake – or a deliberate trap – to pickle a medusa head in an old clear mayonnaise jar
For such a skilled craftsman, it seems like a rookie mistake – or a deliberate trap – to pickle a medusa head in an old clear mayonnaise jar. (George Barr, “The Taxidermist’s Shop”, 1989.)
<b>Ayu Nakata</b> aka mieze018 is Osaka, the Japan based artist, and illustrator. For more check out her DeviantArt profile.<p>Follow us on Facebook! WARNING - awesomeness inside.
Kristin Shiraef <i>aka</i> Kristin Baugh Shiraef <i>aka</i> KrztnS <i>aka</i> KrztnsArts - Drawings
Perusing the 1983 Citadel Miniatures Catalogue. (From White Dwarf No 40, April 1983.)
Giant octopus in its garden in the shade (David Sutherland, AD&D <i>Monster Manual</i>, TSR, 1977.)
Masaaki Sasamoto 笹本正明 (Japanese, b. 1966, Tokyo, Japan) - In A Golden Night Paintings
Bwahahaa, it’s my favorite time of year! I’ve been watching a bunch of old horror and sci-fi classics, so here you are… The Bride! <3<p>Hope you all are having a good Halloween season so far :)<p>If you’d like, feel free to check out my society6 shop!<p>There’s plenty of goodies that will fulfill your Halloween needs- and I would appreciate the support greatly! (Plus free shipping today!)<p>I’ll make another post later today with new Bride of Frankenstein products!<p><3<p>Audrey Benjaminsen 2015
Page 9 of The Faerie Well all painted.
Page 8 of The Faerie Well painted.
Atha the barbarian.
Moon over Faerie. From The Faerie Well.
Working on page 7 of The Faerie Well. Here’s a goblin eating a cookie.
Page 4 of The Faerie Well all painted!
Page 5 of The Faerie Well all painted.
<i>The Princess Finds Horns on her Head.</i><p><i>European Folk & Fairy Tales</i><p>Joseph Jacobs<br>New York: G.P. Putnam’s Sons, 1916.
Frank C Pape?
Ivan Yakovlevich Bilibin - Vasilisa the Beautiful at the hut of Baba Yaga, 1902.
Bill Crisafi - Atop the Brocken