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Pulcherimma Mortua by arvalis Pulcherimma Mortua by arvalis
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 Macabre Collection:

Photoshop: 10 hours
Ollia(c)RJ Palmer
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perrythehedgehog Featured By Owner Jul 25, 2014
Nice to see a version of Death that is more than just some bones in a cloak.
Kryseis-Art Featured By Owner Jan 1, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Hello dear,

Your beautiful work is featured here : [link]

:huggle: :heart: :love:
ars189zre Featured By Owner Dec 9, 2012
litathekiller Featured By Owner Oct 22, 2012  Hobbyist Artist
Dead Gorgeous. ♥ Such an amazing art style.
AkatsukiChild Featured By Owner Oct 7, 2012
Lovely details :)
Black-Spandex Featured By Owner Oct 4, 2012
... I super want those shoes.

I wish I could give you some crit but I am faaaaaaaaaaaaaaaarrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr below any ability that I've seen here and quite honestly if I said a damn thing it'd make me feel like a hypocrite not being able to do it myself lol!

Either way, I've enjoyed your gallery to the fullest with this being the last one I had to view in the entire gallery.

On an odd side note. I took a 3D class and we got told to model an ear, when I googled ear an ear on a mouse came up and I got commendations for it but the teacher had to fail it for not being 'friendly' and including something they interpreted as scientifically grotesque. Are there times you have to deal with this kinda thing? If so, how did you deal with them?
arvalis Featured By Owner Oct 4, 2012
Generally when I try to go in a more unique direction, I get commended for it. For homework once, we had to do a still life oil painting of an egg. I had my eggs sit in the jaws of a little t-rex skull I had lol.
Black-Spandex Featured By Owner Oct 7, 2012
lol Man, I'm really glad to hear that's been your experience. There needs to be more people with open minds in this world!

Thanks for answering my question, I appreciate the time you took knowing how busy you are <3
fireala7 Featured By Owner Oct 1, 2012
i like this piece a lot i don't often see death in that kind of way or form...usually you see some boney guy wearing a black robe wondering about, but this one is interesting, i love how she looks human still and face is just soooo cool then the dress ~claps~ then finely the blond hair, it always black i see when it comes to death or sometimes pure white. i love this piece
NeoHazyDreams42 Featured By Owner Sep 29, 2012
I think thats just amazing
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