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Call of Cthulhu, Arkham horror by *henning on deviantART

This is the cover box illustration for Fantasy Flight Games table top / board game expansion for Arkham Horror, named Dunwich Horror, which is based on . Call of Cthulhu, Arkham horror

All out by henning.deviantart.com on @deviantART

EDIT: Wow, thanks for the DD and all the comments everyone! Painting made for Call of Cthulhu, Innsmouth Horror, Arkham Horror board game expansion. I'm very rarely happy with my work, and I have t.

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After years of Star Wars assignments, I got the chance to revisit the Call of Cthulhu card game again! This is the cover of the "For the Greater Good" e. Call of Cthulhu: For the Greater Good

johndarnielle:  briandefferding:  CTHUL-AID!

Kool-Aid Guy & Cthulhu combine to make one funny mashup tee! Sit back & relax with some Cthul-Aid only at DBH by artist Beastpop www. Cthul-Aid by DBH artist BeastPop

The bootlegger from Arkham Horror by Henning Ludvigsen, *henning on deviantART

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Fantastic illustration of R'lyeh rising by Les Edwards | Tumblr

Painted by Les Edwards. It perfectly captures the nature of the horror from Lovecrafts work. Sublime and disturbing, I could spend hours looking at this.

The Mi-go are a race of extraterrestrials in the Cthulhu Mythos created by H. P. Lovecraft and others. The name was first applied to the creatures in Lovecraft's short story "The Whisperer in Darkn...

The Mi-go are a race of extraterrestrials in the Cthulhu Mythos created by H. Lovecraft and others. The name was first applied to the creatures in Lovecraft's short story "The Whisperer in Darkn.

Eldritch Horror: The Dreamlands by JakeMurray on DeviantArt

I think Lovecraft must have counted teeth and tentacles instead of sheep in order to fall asleep. This one's for the game expansion to Fantasy Flight's . Eldritch Horror: The Dreamlands

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