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  1. Death Ever since I was a little child I was afraid of dying. The thing that scares me the most is the fact you are no more; your just not here anymore. I’m terrified of leaving everyone behind once I go; just that thought alone scares me to death. What happens to you after you die? I am also worried by the unknown of dying and, what happens to your soul. I have had many people in my family pass away. The one that had me face my fears the most was my dad’s own passing. My dad passed away when I was eighteen years old; it will be two years in February. My dad had cancer and was put into remission, but about six to eight months later he was diagnosed again and was terminally ill. After we found out he was terminally ill the doctors said he had a month to live; in the end that’s all we had left with him. When we brought him home we got hospice in right away. Hospice is a service where they bring in a death bed, have a nurse that comes in a few times a week and I want to say she was a social worker who came in to be there for us. My mom, brother and I all witness he slowly pass away. The only good thing about him passing that way, instead of a freak accident, is that we all got to say good bye to him. It’s hard to admit that there are good things that can come from someone close to you dying. After you go through something like that it changes you; sometimes bad but also it can be a good change. I wouldn’t be the person I am today if I haven’t faced that; it has also made me face my own fear of death. I believe that my dad is still with us; I believe his spirit is here watching over my family and me. I have always believed that there is some form spirituality out there; even through my own confusion with my belief of God. My belief of there is life after death became even stronger after my dad left us. When I didn’t believe in God anymore I used to picture where my dad was. I would imagine a lake in the middle of the woods, at night time, even though it was dark outside it wasn’t freighting. Knowing my dad is with us gives me comfort for when I die one day. If I were to die tomorrow I know my dad would be there. I wouldn’t be with the rest of my family and friends, but I would still be with people I know. I would love to see my dad again but I can’t until I met my end. Just to hear him say I love you again would be amazing. I hold on to the hope that we will see each other again one day. After watching my own dad die I am less afraid to die. I know he will be there for me when I need him, just in a different way now. Of course it stills scares me, but I feel a little less scared of it now. It’s going to happen one day, so why not try to see the positive from it. That’s how I like to view the world; always look for the positive in a bad situation.
  2. From the album: Other Work

    Demented Butchery" inspired by a Cannibal Corpse song, fueled with passion, rage and delicious hate. I apologise for nothing.

    © Me mother fuckers.

  3. From the album: randomness

  4. Sibley

    sign

    From the album: randomness

  5. FunkyBoy

    See You In Hell

    From the album: Other Work

    A personal piece that just pretty much speaks for itself. All done in one day with this image in my head, the most layers I've used in a long time. I'm rather proud of this, shame it's on such a dark subject matter. This is my own representation of hell, a frozen wasteland. [There is ruins in the back ground they seem not to show up when I host the image on diff sites.] So yeah, that's it. PLEASE FULL VIEW!

    © Callum Johnson

  6. From the album: Outbreak Rising

    Bio: Name: Callum Johnson Age: 23 Height: 6 Feet Eye Colour: Blue Hair Colour: Dark Brown Callum is a logical man, but is prone to making rash choices and sometimes jumping in feet first before thinking. Callum has a terrible temper that has seemed to flair up a lot more after the Outbreak, seeming to hate the undead more then the other survivors. Known to go berserk and butcher or needlessly kill them. He keeps his thoughts and secrets to himself, this could be something that may eventually effect the group. He carries a low calibre hunting rifle with no scope, a Baretta and also a hammer as his weapons of choice. ----- Done in the fashion of rotorscope from a picture of myself taken some time ago, image created and colored in Sketchbook Pro, took me about a day or two to get it all just how I liked it. So this is an illustration of my character for the Outbreak Rising comic, with a very very brief bio. More to come so watch this space! Special thanks to Darren Benton [[link] For doing the logo! - Ripped from my DA account as the original has been lost to a broken PC

    © Callum Johnson

  7. From the album: Outbreak Rising

    Hellooo! Okay, so this is the second test for the comic page, was wanting to see if I could work out the zombie/infected look as well as fit in good lighting and a background, while keeping it all shades of grey and the like. About 2 weeks worth of work on and off. Very happy with this! Just need to finalise a few things then we can begin the comic! comments and crit welcome. Special thanks to Darren Benton [[link] For doing the logo! - Ripped from my DA account as original lost on a broken PC

    © Callum Johnson

  8. FunkyBoy

    Bulk Concept

    From the album: Outbreak Rising

    This piece took about 2 weeks to finish, due to work and illness. :\ All done in Sketchbook pro with reference's used. This is a final concept of a "Bulk" "More sighing's of different infected, seems that the infection may work differently on people who have different body masses. Experienced a Feral who was not frail and weak like the others.. This one was big and bulky, well built, strong. It showed the same behaviour patterns as other Feral's, and like the others took a lot of shooting to bring down. I also noticed something odd, the big feral's [i assume of which are large people who have been bitten by a Feral, not been killed and survived untill the infection itself has taken them] seem to be almost leader type infected, other smaller and weaker infected follow them about in small groups... is this simply because of the chance that they might get casts off's from the bigger ones or is this something more? like animals following an alpha male? This remains to be seen. Either way, due to the side and possible strength of these infected, I'd advise to avoid and only fight if you HAVE to...they are very dangerous. Again, can be spotted due to rapid decomposition, the fact they eat other undead, and the no iris thing. Thats all for today..will log more if needed." Callum Special thanks to Darren Benton [[link] For doing the logo! -Ripped from my DA account as original image has been lost on a broken PC

    © Callum Johnson

  9. FunkyBoy

    Stalker Concept

    From the album: Outbreak Rising

    Yo. This one took me about 2-3 hours on off work. Done in Sketchbook with references used. This is a final concept of a "Stalker". "Documenting my sightings while out in what is left of the UK. I've come to calling the more 'Normal' undead 'Stalkers'. AS you'd imagine, there are more of the fresher undead than that of the 'Feral's', these guys are slow and stupid. I've noted that they will indeed follow living people but only for short periods, after line of sight is lost and cannot be found again these guys either simply stand still...mill about in small groups or simply wander aimlessly. Not so hard to drop, bullet to the head or something heavy seems to do the job just fine. Weak in comparison to the 'Feral's', when they grab you, you can simply shove them back with enough force and they usually let go and fall over, thus making escape simple as long as there is not too many of them. Seen a few of these guys wearing gear including weapons and the like, also with either red arm bands, bandanna's...scarf's or some item that is red and worn in full sight. I think this may be groups of survivors trying to find some way to easily identify one another so there is no friendly fire incidents. Nothing more to say on the matter. Callum. Special thanks to Darren Benton [[link] For doing the logo! -Ripped from my DA account as original image has been lost on a broken PC

    © Callum Johnson

  10. FunkyBoy

    Husk Concept

    From the album: Outbreak Rising

    Yo. This took about a day, day and a half? Maybe. Sketchbook Pro, reference's used. This is the final concept of a "Husk" "Documented sightings of new infected. These guys surprised the hell outta me. They look like a cross between a "Stalker" and a "Feral" Slow and shambolic like a "Stalker" but thin and somewhat frail like a "Feral". Once you get close enough "Husk's" Seem to get more aggressive, breaking into a sprint and grappling their pray, easily fended off much like a "Stalker", but caught by surprise or faced with a group they could be deadly. Sure I've seen some of them run on all fours...but not 100% on that, you see a lot of mad shit out in the wastes.. Seems this is capable because of their build, I've noticed the bigger or fatter infected seem to be slow, but the smaller and thinner ones end up becoming faster when pray is in close proximity. Will record anything else new we find.." Callum. Special thanks to Darren Benton [link] For doing the logo! -Ripped from my DA account as original image has been lost on a broken PC

    © Callum Johnson

  11. From the album: Things

    A bloody injector in the white lavatory.

    © free

  12. From the album: Things

    One pair dingy and seedy hanged boots.

    © free

  13. From the album: My Art

    © TheComicUniverse

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