The gifted Jason McKittrick returns to our pages with this Idol of Yig from the Miskatonic University collection.
Monday, December 31, 2018
Friday, December 28, 2018
This incredible orc shaman costume comes to us from German LARPer nebelmotte. I can't even imagine the hours of work that went into the layers of costume elements and auxiliary props. Thanks to Moritz Jendral for the photos.
Thursday, December 27, 2018
LARP Combat Knives
At this point it's safe to say that LARP weaponry is essentially indistinguishable from the real thing. These amazingly realistic combat knives come to us from the extremely talented Steelgohst. The weathering is just fantastic.
Wednesday, December 26, 2018
Cthulhu in Copper
These nicely done copper Cthulhu pendants come to us from Curionomicon.
Monday, December 24, 2018
The gifted Karen Main returns to our pages with this horrid little creature. And by "horrid" I mean "awesome".
Labels: Creatures and Specimens
Friday, December 21, 2018
For the Horde!
This beautiful orcish weapon and armor set was inspired by Grommash Hellscream from the World of Warcraft MMO. It's a collaborative effort between Artisans d'Azure (belt, harness, leatherwork, makeup) and Nemesis Workshop (latex and foam pieces). Photography by Karim Photography.
Thursday, December 20, 2018
Vanquish Fantasy Font
The Vanquish fantasy font comes to us from Designer Jean-Pierre S. Sullivan. It features wonderfully flowing calligraphic glyphs and is available free for personal use under a Creative Commons license. Just follow the link and click on the "Download" button in the upper right hand corner to download the TTF file.
Wednesday, December 19, 2018
I wasn't surprised to learn there's a huge community of crafters that specialize in making polymer clay flowers. They're cute, but not really my thing. What did raise an eyebrow was the work of DarkWonderLand by Melavia, who specializes in "alternative floristics" like this creeptastic bloom.
Labels: Creatures and Specimens
Tuesday, December 18, 2018
Idol of Tsathoggua
"In that secret cave in the bowels of Voormithadreth abides from eldermost eons the god Tsathoggua. You shall know Tsathoggua by his great girth and his batlike furriness and the look of a sleepy black toad which he has eternally. He will rise not from his place, even in the ravening of hunger, but will wait in divine slothfulness for the sacrifice."
The talented Jason McKittrick returns to our pages with this well done idol of Clark Ashton Smith's Tsathoggua.
Monday, December 17, 2018
Miskatonic Antarctic Expedition Notes
Ion Ander brings us this intriguing excerpt from the journal of Professor Lake, one of the leaders of the ill-fated Miskatonic University expedition to the antarctic.
Labels: At the Mountains of Madness
Friday, December 14, 2018
Giant Cthulhu Idol
I think this is the largest Cthulhu idol we've ever featured here on Propnomicon. Choose Cthulhu brings us this gigantic sculpt, created as a promotional item for their Cthulhu game book.
Labels: Cthulhu Idols
Thursday, December 13, 2018
El Dodo Albino returns to our pages with a look at his aging process for an apothecary bottle. The only additional suggestion I would have is using colored powdered grout in place of talcum powder. It's available in dozens of different shades and adds a really dusty, grungy feel to props.
Wednesday, December 12, 2018
Wand Permit Application
Michael R. Maranda created this outstanding wand permit application for a "Fantastic Beasts" LARP event.
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Labels: Paper Props
Tuesday, December 11, 2018
Under the Sign of the Dragon
Artist Martin Quarz brings us this Warhammer-inspired chaos dragon banner sigil.
Monday, December 10, 2018
This beautiful leather pouch comes to us from Canadian artist Cheyenne Williams. Featuring hand-tooled viking knotwork designs finished with buffed beeswax.
Friday, December 7, 2018
The Innsmouth Look
Professional makeup artist Javier Aliaga brings us his take on a fully mutated Innsmouth cultist. I can't wait to see the final appliance.
Labels: Innsmouth, Makeup Effects
Thursday, December 6, 2018
Marika Schirmacher returns to our pages with this collection of amulets bearing the magical sigils from the Witcher video game series.
Labels: Video Game Props
Wednesday, December 5, 2018
Anyone can have a pocket, but for the really important stuff you need a machined brass Personal Transport Canister. This wonderfully fiddly brass container comes to us from Adventure Depot.
Tuesday, December 4, 2018
The Great Old One
This fun little Cthulhu bust comes to us from sculptor Willie Cowper.
Monday, December 3, 2018
Blade of Cthulhu
This nicely done Cthulhu dagger comes to us from propmaker Johan Waxin.
Labels: Cthulhu, Physical Props
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