I've been a fan of HP Lovecraft and his creations ever since I first heard one of his stories told to me at a New Hampshire summer camp in 1960. The downside of his work is that his creatures were so alien and horrific even HPL himself was at a loss
to describe them. Fortunately, there were and are artists out there willing to describe the indescribable through their paintings and sculptures.
Now a new breed has come about with the advent of the 3D printer which, despite its limitations, can present
very nice interpretations of Lovecraft's twisted visions. One such source is ParagonStar which makes 3D printed war gaming figures but also has delved into the world of Lovecraft.
I purchased this figure from ParagonStar designed by Rocket Pig Games
about a month ago and just finished the paint job. In the story “The Dunwich Horror” is invisible but through some incantations and powder the protagonists “hurl' at it, rendering it's barn sized bulk visible which drives one of them mad.
Anyway, this brief glimpse of the creature has inspired a number of artists to try their hand (or tentacle) in displaying it with this being one of the better interpretations in my view.