Roses to the departed

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Jen OCarroll

I can't draw flowers... I really can't... ahh well. My zombie character Arvel laying flowers on the grave of his lost love. Gwynedd (Gwyn for short) and Arvel should have died together, should have had an entire afterlife in eachothers arms... but alas, Arvel's father couldn't let his only son go so easily. Raised as a zombie, Arvel's mind is trapped within a rotting shell till such time as his master sets him free. The colours of the roses are significant: red for passion, white for peace, pink for love and yellow for friendship. And YES Gwyn is MALE, deal with it.

Published More than a year ago

Category Horror

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