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Dec 17, 2009 | 7:40 PM EST
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Once again terrible quality. I fucking hate my phone!

Well, I drew this old thing last year. It is my rendition of Death in the form of a character. Its not as legit as my last one but I felt like sharing it anyway.

Yours truly,
-Jay Conn



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


Ohh... That's a mask?. I thought it was two eyes and a really big evil smile..

I totally see it now though :). I like you're interpretation.

KurtWilder2027 responds:

Ha, ha yeah. The actual story behind it, is that it symbolizes a person I use to be. One that I don't much care for, and for the longest time, after I changed from being that person, I was afraid that "he" would come back. BUT now I feel safe enough to say, "This was me and it shall never be again."


Rated 4 / 5 stars

I rememeber this pic

I recall this pic from before
it's a good thing you expressed yourself and you didn't keep it bottled up
it's a interesting way to picture death altho I could never make out what's the white lines on the face

KurtWilder2027 responds:

I tried to make them tears of blood. Looking back on it, I could have shaded it better.


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

An interesting portrayal of Death

It is slightly different than the usual skull and cloak and scythe visual. Is that a hockey mask that he's wearing there? I'm not entirely sure, but its new.

KurtWilder2027 responds:

It was a phase I went through. The whole "mask" concept symbolized my darker times. This character is looong dead to me though. I don't even have the origional drawing anymore.