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About carrionjackal

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    Whiskey Fiend
  • Birthday January 13

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    The South
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    Table top and digital gaming, movies, cartoons (not anime), some anime, books, history, medicine and pharmacology, whiskies, beer, pipe tobacco, cooking, the outdoors, miscellaneous art
  • Occupation
    I break rocks

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  1. I have/had a character that made use of one at times. Bull whip.
  2. Does this mean you're back on your 'boo shit' to reference a popular seasonal meme?
  3. Bar at the Folies Bergere - Edouard Manet - one of the earliest examples of trademark use, the red triangle of Bass Ale Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte - George's Seurat The Garden of Earthly Delights - Hieronymous Bosch - this one requires closer inspection. It can be looked upon for hours and you still find interesting little scenes within the painting. Painted as a church altar piece - triptych. The Knight, Death, and the Devil - Albrect Durer - was a reknowned printmaker but his paintings are also exquisite. This is just my favorite of his pieces. On the note of print makers, I would also chime in about the poet/painter/printmaker, William Blake. He has some great artwork out there. There is some speculation as to whether or not the heavy chemicals used in early printmaking helped to fuel his 'madness' and imagination. Depending on your tastes, I highly recommended some of the more graphic design intensive artists such as Henri Toulouse-Lautrec, Alphonse Mucha (gorgeous organic lines), and H.R. Giger (the quote 'father' of the xenomorphs a la the Alien series). I can go on a little too long about this subject 😬
  4. Welcome, welcome! Sounds like you already have an expert guide to get you started! (That said, the new member guide is still a worthwhile read 🙂) Enjoy your time here, there's always a variety of flavors RP wise. If you don't see something up your particular alley, try pitching your own idea. Never know what you might get started. Cheers!
  5. Definitely the truth. I should know ? In any case, welcome back! We are certainly glad you returned. Feel free to write or lurk. There's an extra chair if you just want to read and lurk. Ooh, and coffee. ? Enjoy!
  6. Welcome welcome! There's always something brewing in these parts, a little old, a little new, and whatever can be imagined! Enjoy!
  7. I presently lack the activity, but definitely giving this a follow. I love the direction, and will read those lore articles when I get a free moment. It all sends the mind-a-whirl with eldritch beasties and miskatonic ramblings...
  8. By the sounds of it, as Praetorian mentioned, you should fit right in here! Character development is my favorite too, when I get the time to write ? Enjoy your time here!
  9. Sour beer and writing! Those are lovely things! (Dogs are pretty cool too... I have a cat who behaves like a dog.) Lately I've been digging on some kettle sours that have been popping up locally. Aside from that flanders reds are one of my faves. Reading wise... I just finished Good Omens from Gaiman and Pratchett, moved on to a 40k omnibus with more on the back burner. Welcome welcome! Don't be a stranger!
  10. Expansion of typography would be a nice addition, a few tasteful selections. 'Courage'... as mentioned above would be better suited towards posters advertising beach condos or perhaps a yard sale. That said, certain IC events might be right up that alley lol. It's nicely uniform for a grotesque typeface, minimal counter-space, just very kitschy. It would be uncomfortable for reading much more than a headline or two. It's not so far gone as Mesquite. ?
  11. Lurking, considering something low-key to work on in the coming months. Musing about ideas while puffing at my pipe. :think:

  12. Percy quickly spied out the windows to the west, and then to the east. He thought he noticed a blur of mane and tail but was quickly distracted by a commotion moving up through the cars from the rear. He reached for the scabbard of his messenger's gun and slung it over his shoulder. With the lever gun in hand, he made his way for the echoing voice coming up the walkway. "Looks a bit like something may be up on the east side of the train, but that's just as likely to be a ruse iffin' we are coming against a set of high caliber operators. Iffin' they ain't, could be a real shit show." Percy cocked the lever gun with two snappy motions. "Every'un might keep an eye and ear out iffin' someone already boarded, if not, I'd be planning on it. About the only way'n someones' might get in this iron beast." He paused a moment for Anthony while he fumbled with a fresh rolling paper and tobacco. It might be his last, if only for a while. Then again, it could very well be his last. One could happily call it cliche', but it was always better to go out smokin' than hopin'. Problem was, unlike his usual contracts, he was not in the solace of the outdoors. They were instead riding within thousands of pounds of iron and steel, propelled by steam and hellfire. His trained ear could only do so much good with all the added noise of the machinery. Nevertheless, he made his way toward the middle of the train. Passing the first junction along the way, he popped his head to the west side, and then the east. Each time his eye leveled behind the iron sights of his repeater. Acrobatic as just looking alongside the train was, he did manage to at least confirm someone had boarded the train. He quickly ducked his head in and barked for Anthony. "We got comp'ny!"
  13. Working on some housework today, but I will try and sit down for a post break tonight ?
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