Symatt draws Cthulhu for us as part of his CounterSketch project

Drawing of CthulhuBeing quite the fans of the writings of HP Lovecraft around here, when regular reader and all round nice guy Symatt asked us to suggest a topic for one of his amazing CounterSketches, there really was only one thing we could say. Cthulhu. It would just have to be Cthulhu…

When the drawing below found its way into our inbox it caused an embarrassing dance of joy from me and a suitable dance of madness from Paul. Well, that’s what he called it anyway. At least it would go some way to explaining why he was wearing his trousers on his head.

Drawing of Cthulhu

You can find more excellent drawings over at Symatt’s blog. I strongly recommend you go check them out.

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About RupertG

RupertG has been playing roleplaying games ever since he discovered Dragon Warriors at the age of 12. Since those days he has played many different RPG's, collected not insignificant Dwarf and Tomb Kings armies for Warhammer Fantasy Battles and even worked as a games designer in the heady days of the late 90's building a CCG. Now he runs a gaming blog and is a participant in the Grand Gaming Experiment
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  • http://twitter.com/symatt symatt

    well i am over whelmed with praise. Thank you for the mentions and for allowing me to get involved with you guys and you fantastic blog. You rock  

    • http://diceofdoom.com RupertG

      Well, how could we not share such an awesome Cthulhu drawing? We were honoured that you’d draw one for us :)

  • Oalin

    Praise well deserved. Love your sketch work, man. Very reminiscent of those awesome drawings that appeared in the early D&D source books. Great stuff!

    • http://diceofdoom.com RupertG

      They are quite reminiscent of the early D&D stuff, aren’t they… Hadn’t made the connection before…

  • Anonymous

    Suitably gribbly. Complete with terrified mortals for scale. Quite excellent.

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