An idea, now did i? Merlin twirled his beard, bewildered. The old wizard patiently waited as Jack drabbled on his notepad, waiting to hear his brilliant plan.
Interesting monster you have there, he commented, as the skeleton proudly showed his drawing. But not quite what i had in mind.
Quasi listened to Panchito`s explanation of Halloween. Picnic on a grave? he echoed, finding it to be something the gypsy king Clopin could`ve made up.
He took a step closer to take a look at Jack`s drawing as well, agreeing in Merlin`s judgement of it. "interesting" was putting it mildly, actually. One thing was for sure; he`d never seen anything like it.
Post by Jack Skellington on Jul 1, 2009 13:39:41 GMT -5
[Sorry for the major inactiveness, my computer got a really bad virus.]
"Hm." Jack muttered something to himself as he turned to observe his doodle. It did look putrid, horrible and scary, but it just seemed to be missing something. "It feels like something's missing..." He put his fingers up to his skull and pondered just what could be missing.
Post by Jack Skellington on Jul 3, 2009 20:57:11 GMT -5
"Ooh!" A delightful grin spread across Jack's face, he looked down at Panchito.
"Mr. Panchito, exactly what colors do you think it have?" He inquired. "I'm thinking something along the lines of orange, black and then orange and black. Wait, no..." Jack shook his head. "That'll never work!"
Post by Jack Skellington on Jul 6, 2009 16:55:33 GMT -5
Jack pondered for a second, he pondered and pondered and pondered. At last, he spoke.
"Wouldn't adding more of those colors make it less scary?"
"I want to strike bone-chilling terror into the hearts of everyone! Not hurting anyone of course, but adding those colors seems somewhat like throwing it off of it's purpose. But then again, no one would expect those colors, so it might make them even more shocked!"
He clapped his bony hands together, a grin forming on his face.