I came across an image on the web, and I felt the call to recreate it . . . but, also, I felt the call to artsify it . . .
Now, the artsifications were made with the intent of obfuscating the subject of the image . . . so kudos to readers who can work out what it is before the reveal.
Before I go on, I should confirm that the last installment of the Seven Deadly Sins Short Stories Challenge — SDSSSC, for short — is indeed running late. I’ve been informed the Sloth installment is unlikely to make an appearance before the end of next week.
Meanwhile, back to the subject at hand . . . what could it be?
I suppose I could give hints, but, despite thinking very hard, I came up with crap-all, and the hints were a no-go.
Obviously, it’s a visage of some kind, or the representation of one, but I am trying to mask the identity.
This can be somewhat annoying to some, as they don’t really give a crap about puzzles, even if they are incredibly clever.
OK, OK, let me wipe the veil of mystery and come clean . . . and, remember, I’m copying what I saw on the web. No way I could be this clever on my own.
That’s it. This post has ended . . . except for the stuff below.
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