Friday, March 7, 2014

Legacy of the Mi-Go

Jason McKittrick returns with a collection of items from the late Prof. Wilmarth of Miskatonic University.  The Wilmarth Investigation Box is his latest short-run project, and comes with a plethora of accessories.  The Mi-Go idol is outstanding.


Seraph said...

But where is the wax cylinder? haha

CoastConFan said...

It’s a nicely supported prop set and the Mi-Go stargazer stone just tickles my interest in early calendar calculators and ancient navigation aids. The stone might function like a navigation board (kamal) or just be part of another object like a cross staff of which part is missing. You might also consider the stone a kind of headpiece of the Staff of Ra from Temple of Doom. See also and

The paleo statue works well because of its direct lineage to actual figures, such as the 25,000 year old Venus of Willendorf, which only underlines the believability of the set.

Also a nice post about a paleo Cthulhu among others

Markus said...

CoastConFan, thanks for linking to my stuff at echostation57. I really hope I´ll anytime finish the paleolithic C´thulhu-figurine and add some colour (perhaps in a similar way as I did on my "giant´s tooth". At the moment it looks still extremely boring as it´s made of pure white sculpey.