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Saturday, 20 July 2013
The Pickman Ghoul
on a tombstone of 1768 stolen from the Granary Burying Ground in
Boston, sat a ghoul which was once the artist Richard Upton Pickman"
OK, it's not an EXACT representation of the Pickman Ghoul I know (as he was
described as "naked and rubbery" in the story) but for me it captures
the "feel" of the Character perfectly.
I Love this miniature, it clearly shows the fact he (it?) was a person once upon a time.
Not my best work (sorry) I was really ill last night, as it was likely I
would be sleeping - I just plowed on through - he's come out a little
greener than I would have preferred as well.