The death side of the Life/Death duality.
For this... mostly went with the iconic "grim reaper" look with the shrouded creepy figure (I know... original right?). I wanted to have light coming from within in hood too, to show that's death isn't a bad, evil thing, but a natural process and a part of life. The book is a reference to Azrael
who would continuously write down the names of all who are born and cross them out at their death. I always found that story to be cool, and kinda similar to Sisyfos, or other tales were it's an endless, repetitive task, or punishment. Er... anyway >>;... the flowers here symbolize death or grieving, and the decay and continued cycle of life is represented in the mushrooms: organisms that thrive on death. Some are also deadly poisonous.
Anyway... that's all. >> Again, having fun with the art nouveau style of framing x3 And dark paper and marks to show a contract to the Life side.
Thanks for looking 8B
Here's the other pictures: Life's Side
Here's both together as a proper Diptych Art by me (Bekah C.) Do not use without permission.