General H. H. S. fought alongside the Americans in the civil war and in other battles that struck native Mexican peoples with the American justification of the resumption of territory for divine merit. After ending his military career, he lived and died alone. In this digital collage, he imagines a different trajectory for this analog portrait through the use of colors, thinking about what the life of men would be like if they were not governed by a toxic masculinity. began as an experimentation through digital painting and collage and has become part of the portfolio of the artist who has been studying the repetition of images and forms as language. The work was created in 2021 and was never published.