Humans have a sin bound to their soul. It takes alot self-knowledge to find the sin that is bounded to you, because we all carry every sin deep within us. Humans can’t say that they are pure, because they are not. But you are also not a sinner when you prolong these. It is only a sin if you take it to far, and it defiles the soul. If you come to corrupted by your sin, your soul will be drenched and marked as a sinner.
These are my symbols of the 7 deadly mortal sins.
(Can you find out which one is bound in your soul?)
Hi. Can I use your art in a series that I'm producing? (in this case I'm editing :P) I promise to put your credits. (in a fixed comment, or in the video description)
It is also, it is the best art of seven deadly sins that I found ON GOOGLE ENTIRE, congratulations on your beautiful art. (I'm writing this through google translator, sorry if english is bad)
Sorry for my bad English.
I got a question for you.
Currently, I am working on my first Novel where the seven sins matter a bunch and I don´t know how, yet but I would really love to use your symbols in the Book somehow.
Also, I saw your work on the 7 virtues, which I would maybe also like to use in the context of the story at some point.
If you allow me the use of your work I would definitely credit you on the imprint of the book, and maybe even let you name a character or something ^^
Good luck on your cosplay!
I enjoy the half-lidded take on the eye of Sloth and your choice to fill it without overlap or cut-outs. It reminds me of 'dark circles under the eyes' associated with tiredness.
I am still surprised that Wrath is the most curvaceous. It is a counter-intuitive depiction but you pulled it off well. Neither does it escape me that Wrath has a second set of eyes, tilted to hint pinched eyebrows. Or the open circles in line with the 'elbow' circles to form two fists
Gluttony is also a surprising choice as most people attribute both the teeth and the aforementioned points to wrath but thanks to your illustration, I am persuaded to believe has ALWAYS been better suited to Gluttony and not just the diamond hints of teeth but the open mouths in all cardinal directions (Always open)
Is it only me or was it intended to have Envy look like a bunny Decepticon with scissorhands? Either way, its interaction with me, with all the points considered is sure to be injurious.
Now for preferences. . .
I am underwhelmed by Prides depiction. I get that it should be elaborate in drawing attention to itself in multiple layers. But Where all the other icons support the base eye in the center, Pride is obscuring the eye as much as possible. It could be mistaken for 'shooting daggers' with its glare which is more like Envy. Perhaps, the elaboration would have been better developed in using other forms because it appears simple. The overlap isn't; but the effect is. I could also mention that Pride 'comes before the fall' and a certain instability would have been useful here too. As a quick repair, consider what the icon may look like with a thin or absent bottom.
As for Greed, the frays are puzzling. I imagine they may mean hands grasping for more but the idea of eyelashes comes more readily. I would like something more along the lines of currency like a coin or a gem but I also gracefully accept that greed can be more property or information and this currency-less version keeps Greed broad.
Finally, I commend you for treating each icon to its own typographic font. Unfortunately, because these fonts are in different sizes, in a mix of cases, without a standard for thickness, they look thrown together rather than as a collection piece.
Congratulations on what you have completed. Thank you for sharing it with us.
I'm sorry if it seems like I am bothering you, however these are AMAZING. And realistically the only symbols I could find that are consistant... Because finding every sin symbol has proven much more difficult than I expected.
I saw further down that you are having difficulty finding the right 'setting' for the creation, and if you need help, I am willing and ready to give references.