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Oscuro la Muerte

May the Fourth


Finally got to work on a pet project of mine, a combination of the culture influence I grew up with and the cultural influence we came upon as part of at my wife's last job, a mostly Hispanic school. She taught them the origins of the Day of the Dead, something which I found fascinating to no end.


It was my desire to illustrate some ideas I had bouncing around in my head. This became a bit more sinister than I originally intended, but it seemed appropriate given the hatred and betrayal that engulfed the character.


Prints are currently available at Etsy.


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Taken on April 13, 2012