8- Monster & Midterm #2 (Evil Clown)

8- Monster & Midterm #2 (Evil Clown) - Tyler flinched...

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Tyler flinched at the feeling of a brush dipped in cold paint sweeping across his cheek. His breath was shaky and his wrists were sore from the tight, frayed rope that dug into them. He was far too discouraged to continue struggling, he had giving up a while ago. The man with the mask only laughed at the boy’s uneasiness. “Relax, my puppet boy, I will be done soon” he said as he laughed again, sending chills down Tyler’s spine. His voice was high, snake like, each word overly accentuated. The man’s eyes glittered through the painted blue eye slits of the clown mask he wore, it seemed to mold perfectly to his face in the most petrifying way. In the dim lighting the hallow cheekbones of the mask were shadowed, enhancing the height. Every time he laughed, the smiling lips engraved into the disguise were still, making you question your own sanity. Tyler tried to yell for help with the little energy he had left, but they were caught and muffled by the tape pressed over his mouth. “I am all done, my perfect little Puppet Boy” The man said maliciously. He brought a mirror in front of Tyler, the boy with staring back wasn’t someone he recognized. His cheekbones painted to look high, childlike circles of rosy blush dotted each cheek. The man had painted a red smile, one just like his over the tape across his mouth, with the addition in black lines drawn down from each corner and around his chin. His eyes were outlined with black makeup making them big and round looking. He was the Puppet Boy. “O I am so very excited!”
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  • Fall '15
  • Jay Mannadiar
  • The Stage, Staring, Puppetry, Tyler stomach, Red Sea rig

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