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I picked up a Moebius Jekyll as Hyde at my LHS with the express intent of putting together a "possessed" Hyde for my sister's family for Halloween.

If you've been participating on the forum for a few years, you may remember this member's interpretation of this kit. We usually build Hyde so that he is just a menacing guy with a beard. But one of our members painted him up as if he was possessed by a demon - a striking and original build. (I can't find the pics at the moment , but a shout out and props and a frosty cold one to the artist who realized this potential).

Yew green as a wash works wonders. Apple green gives irises a creepy glow.

Having some fun. And I will include a copy of the novella with the model when I send it back east.
 

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I think I know the piece you're referring to. Hyde's face was kind of a "Frankenstein grey/green", yes?

If that is the piece in question, it definitely was a striking paint job.
 
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