Way of Death

Way of Death

original artwork by j. leigh–stock pose taken from Elandria

 

Sapphire Dragon, Turin

The Way of Death explores this necessary and near-inescapable aspect of life, in the hope that the understanding of Death will create a better understanding of what lies beyond; and how to cope with the passing of the spirit from one plane to another.  Turin himself is depicted as a hooded man, varying in age from a young man to nearly decrepit, as it is his fate to pass through the prime of life and death every month, following the moon cycle.  He has deep indigo eyes that are nearly black, and tends to have a serious and somewhat sad continence.

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