For Job #5 Illustrious Artist, I chose to draw this to represent the main character's (Shkhov's) life in the prison camp. Every single day, so far for 8 years, he is locked up, with almost no chance to escape. He wakes up, gets his cold small breakfast, and work nonstop until the next cold lunch. They are low on food so most of the times they only get very little amounts of bread. After lunch, they are ordered to work again until dinner. This is his life in prison camp. Everyday he is ordered to repeat the same cycle over and over again, in the freezing winter. On page 39, he says "I'd lost the habit of planning for the next day, for a year ahead, for supporting his family." The authorities did his thinking for him, about everything.