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Days of the Week


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It was a tough week...


I wonder why Friday , has a guillotine, if i'ts the last day of the week. That can't be bad.

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It would be easier to list the art pieces you've worked on that didn't get frontpaged. This is one big experiment for you. It's not just because of the different artwork style, but because this seems to reflect how you feel. At least you got some great art out of it. Tuesday seems to be the only one where you're not trying to kill yourself. It doesn't quite escalate that much.

Of course, it does in the end with the guillotine. The background is so wonderfully authentic. There's so much detail put into the frames. I like how they have these little skulls on them. Must have been tax week.

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maybe some alchohol would help lol.
by the way what is he doing on tuesday?

Good one!

Ilikw how emo or whatever he's acting like.Good job!Strangely I've been not able to spell good right.I'm an idiot!


I really enjoy dark humor, the man is so fed up with the monotony of life that he has to come up with new ways to entertainin the idea of ending it. Ways that got more an more greusome as the week dragged on.
Sometimes a picture isnt worth a thousand words, but i'm sure I could squeeze 1500 out of this one, especially tuesday, I notice it started to get hazy around mid-day. GREAT JOB!
My first thought was "Well tuesday wasnt too bad. wait... thats poison"

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Credits & Info

4.40 / 5.00

Dec 16, 2011
10:39 AM EST
File Info
918 x 720 px
584.9 KB

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