Based on the idol in Lovecraft’s original story “The Call of Cthulhu" and designed with the German artist Daniel Ritthanondh, this is a resin figure painted by hand with a bronze finish, a unique creation for collectors.
The Idol can be removed from its pedestal to gain access to the secret compartment and to store secret stuff (from playing dices to dark jewels).
There is also another secret compartment between the wings where you can put your mobile phone, your deck of cards…
The idol (3,4 inches base/84x84mm, 7 inches tall/180mm)) was created initially for our previous unsuccessful project "Cthulhu Playing Cards deck". Now, to satisfy our backers, we are going to make a limited edition of this unique idol figure.
As new addition we are going to offer two different pedestals to choose (at the end of the project we will ask you which one you prefer before sending to you).
We have completed the first steps of production: we have created the original mold for the figure and two of the pedestals. We have one prototype fully finished (we use it to take the pictures we can see on the project description) and we are ready to start producing all the units.
Once we see the project is going to be funded, we will start producing the first units. We have capacity to produce 50 figures in January and the rest between February and March. All units are handmade and manually painted.
Hey There Cthulhu
New! Choose your add ons!
- Cthulhu exclusive t-shirt
- Cthulhu and/or Yith stickers
- Additional cup/pedestal
You can see prices below. Please note you will choose the t-shirt size after the campaign ends.
Please add £3 ($5) for shipping costs to any country if you choose any add on (except for stickers). For example: your actual reward is £62. You want one t-shirt (£17). You change your reward from £62 to £82 (£62 for idol + £17 for t-shirt +3 for shipping). But if you add two t-shirts, or 1 t-shirt and additional cup, the shipping costs are still £3 (not 3+3).
Risks and challenges
We are a very little team: Alberto Cano and Jose M. Gomez. Our first project was Cthulhu Playing Cards, an example of what we have been working passionately on during recent months with artists Anita Mejía and Daniel Ritthanondh. This figure is the "child" of that project.
Therefore, we have already produced the figure, and is available in two versions: with the original pedestal, and with a new pedestal decorated with some Cthulhu engraved adorations.
There is no risk on this project, we will be producing the figures on a limited edition, and the estimated delivery dates will be the required time to create the copies, manually paint, and send. We have created two batches to be able to send the first batch to our early backers.Learn about accountability on Kickstarter
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