So when I was younger, I don't know when, or how, I ended up seeing this piece of media. It was, I believe, a short film that kinda creeped me out. I have been unable to find any info on this, but I don't really have anywhere to go. I'm not particularly old, and am pretty young actually, so I don't assume this is lost, but i'm still unable to find it. It is a short film about a painter, specifically who paints portraits of people. I believe these people would take the portrait, but die soon after. At first it was a coincidence, where it just seemed unlucky, but it soon turned into a pattern. The man would make a portrait, and the person he painted would die soon after. The painter stopped making portraits of people, as he felt incredibly guilty about what had transpired. Eventually, I don't know what led to this, but he decided to test it He did a self-portrait, and wanted to see if he would die. I do remember the scene of him painting himself was very dramatic, and when he finishes the painting, he drops dead on the floor from a heart attack. I don't think this is lost, as it was shown somewhat recently, cause i'm a young boy. I just know I saw it, I wouldn't remember this as a dream, and it freaked me out. The memory of it came recently, and quite out of the blue. If anyone can help me it is much appreciated. Thank You!
The premise sounds a bit like an episode of the Japanese children’s cartoon, Ghost Stories. The series is based on Japanese ghost stories/urban legends, so you might want to check out Japanese/Asian media.