Characters I had to design for a private music school for children. The concept is a theatre play involving those characters which are the emotions coming out of the pockets of Cascade in the center! There are still 4 of them to do this summer.
Tenacious D - Jack Black and Kyle Gass... this is a Tribute
I hear you brave young Jables,
You are hungry for the rock.
But to learn the ancient method,
Sacred doors you must unlock.
Escape your father's clutches,
And this oppressive neighborhood.
On a journey you must go,
To find the land of Hollywood!!!!!!!!!!!
In The City of Fallen Angels,
Where the ocean meets the sand,
You will form a strong alliance,
And the world's most awesome band!
To find your fame and fortune,
Through the valley you must walk.
You will face your inner demons.
Now go my son and rockkkkkkkkk!!!!!!!!!!!
Spider. My bluegrass redneck-lovin' Charlie Daniels Band brother-in-law and his hair.
During any occasion held at my sister's first house, small clumps of puffy-jacketed pod-women would congregate, all the while briskly rubbing their scratchy plastic sleeves with nubby little fists and comment on how cold the weather was. I assume they were local - from within our solar system - and were in some manner related to one another telepathically.
Front and center is the father of my eldest sister's sons, Spider. Refusing to acknowledge the existence of temperatures all together he disdained the use of shoes, no matter how inclement. He would soundly berate me for acknowledging the existence of music beyond a certain time period or geographic local, scoffing hairily at my Pixies cd collection.
We still have a very genial relationship, I get to laugh at his wig-like fulsomeness and he quaffs port, decrying my taste in music.
If you are going to linger unobtrusively in the background of a photo, take note that matching your environment to nigh on the almost exact same lumpen tone of brown is highly recommended.