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Every day he is faced with choices, and sometimes he has to choose between something morally positive and morally negative. He indulges himself the illusion that it is easier to pick the selfish, evil, or unethical route. Should he blame the devil for his lingering guilt or blame himself? He often makes good choices to prevent negative consequences but he has to work harder every day. Should he credit the angel for adhering to good choices or offer credit to himself? When he does things right often usually result in negative consequences. Is he a puppet who is being manipulated from puppeteers, angel and devil, or it is all in his head? As to which side is easy to choose, evil may seems easier and easily gravitated than the good side. He reads the bible and can’t seem to drop an anchor on one side. He reads over and over and prays asking God for guidance.

Digital 3D modeling and painting by Tony M. Fowler. 2017

All artworks are property of Tony M. Fowler 2012-2017. All rights reserved.

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Giclée print with Canon Lucia pigment ink on acid-free Canson Infinity or Hahnemühle fine art paper

The Eternal Struggle (2017)


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