I agree with Joseph Toscano in it reminiscing (did I spell that right?) King's Dark Tower. Also, with the way he has his hand cupped it looks more like he is lighting a pipe rather than a cig and that the bowl of the pipe is hidden in his palm.
Judging his actions, it seems to me that he is lighting a smoke. Yet there is already a trail of smoke in the air, suggesting he couldn't have just started. If he was relighting it if it went out, then the line shouldn't be unbroken.
Other than that, I love the picture, it's great.
Amazing Picture! I love the way you balance the light and darkness. The guy looks like a farmer but the blood on his scythe suggests somthing more.
i love the detail of the blood on the scythe!! amazing work all of your art is great!!
Amazing. For me, it is reminiscent of King's Dark Tower series. Great concept of light.
Poignant commentary on the tobacco industry there.
Socar has it pegged. Wonderful balance of light and dark. Love the clouds. What's this guy's job, anyway?
Excellent image--nice lighting and contrast you've got going there. I particularly like that big, nasty looking scythe, and the natural gesture with which Death (?) is lighting his cigarette.
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