If you need illustrations of Death, in the given picture you can see two that were found in old books, and here they are, drawn just for you and ready for download!

Death, also known as the Grim Reaper, is often presented today as a personification of a supernatural force in the human body, and visually it is most often presented as a human skeleton holding a scythe in its hand and wearing a cloak with a hood. In today's popular mythology it is believed that if a person sees Death presented in this way, he/she is about to die and Death has come for that person's soul.


Two illustrations of Death
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If you look at these two illustrations of Death here, they are a little different from the usual depiction of the above described skeleton. The first illustration depicts a skeleton with its hand raised as if talking about something significant. It is wearing a hooded cloak whose lower part and sleeves are all tattered. The second illustration depicts Death also as a skeleton, but in a slightly happier edition, as it  has a wig on its head, a cigar in its mouth, wearing a woman's dress instead of a cloak and shoes.

We believe that these illustrations can be used in a number of ways. When we first saw them, they seemed quite nice to us, and we certainly didn't experience them as scary or disturbing, so in this way we tried to breathe life into them again. Death is a common topic, the illustrations are of good quality, we tried to draw them as precisely as possible, therefore we hope that you will be satisfied to use them! All the curves in the illustrations are closed.


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Submitted by Ceh Jan


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