Stuff for work.

Turns out I'm NOT done with William Wilson.
Here's something.


Richard III

This is the start of my final for my special problems class. It's a book jacket for Shakespeare's Richard III.
I based the entire thing around one line, which to me, ties the entire play together. It is "Let me weigh heavy on thy soul to-morrow."
He is in his tent the night before battle, and all the ghosts of everybody he has killed or had murdered come back to haunt him, and they all say that line. To me, it is the point in the play when he sees that he has lost his humanity.

This is just the beginning. I'll have more ghosts swirling around him, suffocating him.

Oh, and thanks to Joseph for the hand in the hair idea.