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These are clay idols of Great Cthulhu, the "fictional" octopus-headed god from the stories of H.P. Lovecraft. They are meant to be the sort of primitive religious object a typical Cthulhu cultist might keep around the house for day-to-day worship rather than representations of Great Cthulhu Itself.


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These are two replicas/interpretations of the Burgess Shale fossil chordate known as Pikaia.

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Chamsa 79 with snakes and copper carbonate.

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This is another original Titan I drew. This one is called a Sleipnir and can be found in Norse Mythology. I figured it can be catagorised as a Litho-Titan since the Huntik series has other Norse mythology based Titans like Ymir and Fenris in it.

Here's some of my other Titans designs:
:bulletblue:Hippocamp>>[link]

Art and Design by :iconsnowcyclonedragon:
Huntik is Iginio Straffi & co.
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This is a sculpted clay cat head. It has a hole through the back horizontally and can also be hung up or worn as a necklace.


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This came out looking satanic, but it's meant to be one of the pig-like Gamorreans from ROTJ. I had to assume that they had ears under the helmets.

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It's a butterfly and i drew it with colour pencils:)
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pretty quick and easy. fake nails cut at the end and scratched up at the surface. all colors are grease paint and some scab blood.
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This is a clay interpretation of an illustration by Charles Crumb, late brother of the infamous underground artist/cartoonist R. Crumb.

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