Petri Raula
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Untitled by the air in the branches  F..this crap if I ever see this outside my window

Cardoard cutouts painted black with the eyes cut out and a glow stick in a little box glued (or duct taped) to the back of the head.if you don't want to do full sized cutouts, you could just do creepy figures in windows.

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The statue with the clock had stood opposite Prince Lemercier's room for his entire life. He hadn't thought or cared as to whether it remained there since, but the clocks stayed with him in everyday of his death.

Reaper by Westling

Ran into all sorts of problems when drawing this; everything from corrupted files to inexplicable nosebleeds. so I'm posting this now as a protest/victory.

The Moirai - as goddesses of death, they appeared together with the Keres and the infernal Erinyes

I thought this picture accurately depicted the dark tones of the Arachne story. ------------ The Weaver in the Wood [The Moirai (Greek Mythology) by rupuni]

Na mitologia grega Medusa ("guardião, protetora") [1] era um monstro, um Gorgon, geralmente descrito como tendo o rosto de uma fêmea humana hediondo com cobras venenosas vivem no lugar de cabelo. Olhando diretamente nos olhos dela giraria espectador para a pedra.

In Greek mythology Medusa ("guardian, was a monster, a Gorgon, generally described as having the face of a hideous human female with living venomous snakes in place of hair. Gazing directly into her eyes would turn onlookers to stone.