Pulcherimma Mortua


This is my female version of Death, notice the scythe cane. Her name is Ollia for those that care. This is another design where i could have easily gone with something over the top manly and vicious but i wanted a more elegant look. Ive never really designed many dresses, it kinda shows, but i had fun with this design.

My girlfriend came up with the title.

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What a Glorious Death you have here. I really like the dress. Like you felt, that the color of Death is blackish-purple and this is brilliant! Also, the corset is more than something outstanding. She looks like royal Death Lady and the warrior at the same time. That scythe cane makes her to look mature and experinced, and absolutely main. I have no words. This is fantastic.

I wish it would have a bust version of this, because the face and everything around it is bloody amazing!

I LOVE THIS!! Its Like a darker alice and wonderland kind of thing

Looks nice, almost like a Catrina, but obviously with a different style and from a different culture. I like it

Wonderfully done!

This artpiece is fantastic! I don't know if it's based on a version of Death from a single work, but it's flawless none the less. I'm not really into that dark stuff, but this was good enough to recommend to someone who is not in it. I love how there is so much detail put into every part of her clothes. I am also glad to have reviewed this the day before Halloween! The gray straps on her dress look like metal traps over her body.

It's great how the breasts contrast with the scariness of the woman's face. The background is also great because it has these great blue colors that play off each other so well in patterns. The shading is wonderful too. Some of the design is silly, like how there's this little hat on her giant hairdo. Thank you for making such a bright picture!

Credits & Info

4.43 / 5.00

May 8, 2010
12:02 AM EDT
File Info
785 x 1300 px
194.9 KB

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