This is by far the most personal piece I have ever created out of the twelve. It also, possibly, one of my most morbid works to date. For this piece is a more introspective piece with no mental disorder in mind. This piece is more of what allows me, in my opinion, to create such twisted works of art. In this self-portrait I expose the face behind the eyes. Like the last few pieces, I made an outline in pen before going over it with copic markers for detail work. After that, the black and red streaks were added via smudging in an attempt to make a more gritty appearance. Without spoiling much, this piece is filled with symbolism about what goes on within my mind and my very own brand of twisted imagination.