I love how much you can do with so few colours. That happy go-lucky she-devil in the middle of the picture expresses tons with just four colours. Well done indeed.
I'm not so sure on the whole concept of hell myself. I don't know what your thoughts are, but I don't get why people who were bad once would *have* to be tortured. That just seems to be an extention of the vengeful nature of humans.
I think you've mistaken 'ignorant' in my statement where 'overly simplified' only applies.
This is not something I take lightly. I have seriously researched the aspects of organized religion, bigotry, and where the two cross. I have found religion not at fault. The communities that twist religion accidentally when they incorporate it into their lives are at fault -- though not so that you can blame them.
But when certain communities reject all similar forms of their religion in favor of greed, bigotry, and hostility -- there is something seriously wrong. This is the 'religious right' I speak of. I point to the recent rejection by the Christian Coalition of their president-elect Rev. Joel Hunter, for his attempts to expand the Coalition's focus to aiding the poor -- as an example. Whether or not you feel the examples I know of represent ALL of the religious right is meaningless -- it is these examples I reject, not your examples.
If you wish to discuss the foundations of my opinion in far more detail, I am more than willing.
My sense of justice is enamored of the idea that we all experience the hell and heaven that we make ourselves believe in, both in life (which I can see to be at least partially true) and in death (which I can only hope is true).