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Thread: Drunk Ogre - A concept color sketch (and a poetry on reply)

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    Talking Drunk Ogre - A concept color sketch (and a poetry on reply)

    He's looking too for some kind girl to take him a bottle of good ambrosia.
    They told him to go to Alexandra's wines and spirits.
    He just found a bunch of bones where she was supposed to be with her cart. Is he late?

    Just an imaginary quick, unfinished sketch for fun ...
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    Last edited by Caesar; 05-20-2011 at 09:32 PM.
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Very good ogre Caesar

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    very ogrish.....well drawn and perfect coloring.. will fit right in with Alexandra's friend......

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    Love it. The expression is great. Thanks.

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    Oh wow Cesare! You are so funny!
    Here's another twisted fairy tale!

    Death of the Wine Maiden

    The fair maiden
    Monique as she was known
    Was no more
    Than dirt and a bone.

    When the brother ogre arrived
    There cry the sister in sorrow
    With no consideration
    He said he would be back tomorrow.

    The next day stood sister maiden
    Tall and proud with a club
    When brother ogre arrived
    She pointed him in the direction of the pub.

    When he was looking in that direction
    A hard swinging bump he was given
    He fell to the ground with a thud
    With a yell the wagon was driven.

    She had hoped it was enough
    To keep him down for a while
    Until she could bring soldiers
    To shackle and parade him in style.

    But alas he did not wake
    The stench made it all the way to the steeple
    With the sun he did bake
    There was great celebration with the people!

    With his rotting corpse
    And flies all about him
    No more wine was needed
    For the ogres now feared them!

    another twisted poem by SJ Alexander!

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    HAHA...very good Caesar...you have been on a painting frenzy lately...
    Try to see as many angles of vision as possible...no single one of us has a "handle" on the whole picture.

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    Fantastic painting dear Cesare

    Another delightfully twisted tale dear Sandy
    I love it
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    Excellent painting Caesar...a scoundrel of an ogre to be sure..
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    Nice one Caesar ,love it.
    Geoff

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    Talking

    A good Ogre, dear Pat? This seems to be a little contradictory indeed ... Thank You!

    Well drawn? Ooh, You know, I was in a hurry and just put the first Ogre I found (in my imagination cupborad ...) You was right, dear Gxhpainter, it seems Alexandra found a rhymed part for him too in her poem! Thank You!

    Thank you, dear Mikejl! Do You think You may provide him with the phone number of Your charming Ogress then? Thank You!

    Dear Sandra, thank You very much, also for Your lyrical follow-on.
    I hope You will appreciate my reply herebelow which could be also a good warning for any girl not too ponderate (according to what my limited English mastery allows me):

    My most revered damsels
    I wish my pen cancels
    my heartfelt concerns
    behind my mind ferns.
    I hope You'll agree
    that should You ever see
    an Ogre on the bank
    of a river, I'll be frank,
    You shouldn't trust him,
    or have any dream,
    on such a green hunk,
    as strong as a chunk.
    Maybe hungry he's not
    but greed's always got
    of something quite physical
    and not at all lyrical.
    Thus there might be a case
    that he would You chase.
    It's hardly a delight
    his hug sure too tight.
    Then a quite serious risk,
    comes from manners too brisk,
    to crush Your round pieces
    when Your ribs he squeezes.
    So firmly I would say
    to just fly away
    from any green hulk
    and overgrown bulk,
    don't long for his muscles
    and just stay in You castles ....

    Yeah, a sort of Ogre frenzy, dear Semd74 ... Thank You!

    Thank You, dear Amanda! I guess You may possibly find other twisted tales too about Ogres ...

    Right! We'd better call Sheriff John David, dear Barnburner! Thank You!

    You have a quite weird taste, dear Limey-g! Anyway an Ogre would rather prefer someone saying instead: "I really sislike it!"
    Kidding. Thanks!
    Last edited by Caesar; 05-20-2011 at 09:32 PM.
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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