*walks over to juke box inserts a variety of skeeball tokens and commemorative nickels.*
Creatures and other-things of the bar!
Tonight were going to have some music starting with a cool mellow track from Supertramp
*Crime of the Century starts playing*
All the levels my friend.
*holds a keyring with many keys* Life has many doors Ed Boy. It's not so bad when you take the demons, tentacles, ghouls and ghosts out of the pictures.
And the indesicrable monsters that lurk in the deep, watery trenches of the sewers. That flop about, watching, waiting, for one misstep of any living creature to slip into its grasp, and rip it slowly, flesh from bone. And you'd think the bone would be safe, spared. No, no. Because then comes along some hound or rat to gnaw on it, getting every last sliver of raw meat off of it, and then pull it into some dark corner to save later, as their glowing red eyes watch and wait for their victim as well, many ways to die down there should you follow the stretched out paths of blood and sinew stretching to those very corners and pits of terror.
It's not too bad. Not too bad. *stares off at nothing in particular again.
I'm just priming the pump to encourage others to get to work penning their own poems for this weekend.
Alright ladies, gents, zers, and shims!
After much deliberation, and acute attention to detail, the first ever winner of Bartwork has been decided.
I would like to say that every piece is enjoyable in its own right, exhibiting various levels of skill and humor.
And without further ado, this week's winner is...
Zany Zanes- Your sketch showed a great level of detail, shading, and the fact they were washing a glass made it fit the theme of the contest.
Artist: Seltzer Boy: The Ruby Ranch Republic - Great color scheme, and attention to detail. I really enjoyed it!
Curated by Starving Artist
Gallery of submissions. Contest theme: 'Portraits of Bar patrons and staff'
Artist: Zany Zanes
Artist: Seltzer Boy
Artist: Tank Commander
Artist: PR Megaforce
Artist: Zombie Penguins
Yay! Thank you.
I was just copying their flag as best I could with the materials on hand.
Now, I'm start speaking Filipino:
Sinong mga Filipino dito?
Another song good for my imaginary RPG:
Voyage to Atlantis - Future World Music
Dream Chasers - Future World Music
Equinox - Audiomachine
Hope and Glory - Audiomachine
The Fire Within - Audiomachine
Turning Point - Audiomachine
Red Sorrow - Audiomachine
Like those used store display figures that you put around your dining room table and in your living room to fool passersby and potential burglars into thinking that you're always surrounded by family and friends? Good idea. Who knew manikins were so useful?
"Who are the Filipinos here?"
Many of the Bar residents use Google Translate to interact with our non-English speaking guests. It is a fun way to converse and respects their culture and language.
Veniam in me, et ego have ut stillabunt in in stagnum haedos off.
"Kids"? You were allowed to breed?--And you found someone of the opposite sex who agreed to this? I'm counting at least fourteen violations of the law and of good taste just in that one sentence. I sure hope that "drop off the kids" means "leave them there." Their only hope is to be adopted by a good samaritan who can afford a major-league therapist.
Not that I'm accusing you of being unfit parental material, you understand. I'm just speaking on behalf of all of us when I say ... Uh ... Look!--A giraffe! *runs away*
The shadow puts away a glass while listening and nearly drops it in surprise upon the winning announcement.
Thank you, it is an honor to have won. So, I'll be choosing next weeks winner and the theme? Alright, let me think a second.
The bartender ponders a bit searching for a suitable theme. They overhear several conversations suitable for ideas.
The next theme for the Bartwork competition is animals!