I've always seen evil as subjective. Sure there are some acts that leave little to discuss, but on many levels evil depends on which point of view you are looking from. Not that it cease to be evil, but it stops seeing itself as such. And although an utter and complete evil is scary, I've always though that an evil that believes itself good or justified is far more terrifying. Evil born from reasoning and belief instead of instinct. So I decided to paint someone not born evil, but someone corrupted and turned evil by his own actions and ideas. An angel that fought against Lucifer's rebellion, killing his own brethren while following his orders only to find himself infected by doubt once it was all over. Lucifer was the closest to perfection that ever existed, love and admired by all angels, could it be he wasn't completely wrong? Could it be his punishment was unfair? Guilt and doubt gave birth to hate and fury and corruption started to spread. He had never dealt with these emotions, no angel ever had. They say Lucifer had fallen from pride and envy but he would fall from wrath. No one expected a second rebellion, no one was ready for it except him. His rage could not be contained anymore.