THESE BONES BASSIST, BUSINESS OWNER, PAINTER OF SKULLS
Janie: “You’re an artist? Do you use oils? I’m an artist too, only I use watercolours.”
Falquen: “Water-based acrylics mostly. Less clean up.”
Cora Drago: “Interesting subject matter. Why all the skulls, may I ask?”
Falquen: “I like bones. Skeletons fascinate me. We all have them, underneath it all.”
Cora Drago: “Janie also tells us that you work in the art supply store downstairs. Is that right?”
Falquen: “Yes, the Crypt. It’s my shop. It’s where I work…. selling art supplies…”
Cora: “The Crypt, an odd name for a shop, isn’t it?”
Falquen: Mrs. Drago, let me assure you, I am not a devil worshipper and I have no plans to offer your daughter up as a sacrifice.”
Caryn: Falquen…I love your name! And your face, hair, and voice. Can you paint portraits? I would love to have one of the Forrester brothers! Oh yeah, I love Gray too. What was it like growing up with him? Competitive?
Falquen: Oh, I can paint portraits. As a matter of fact, I have painted Gray’s portrait on many occasions but he will be the first to tell you that I don’t do him justice. So, you see, I don’t bother anymore. Growing up with Gray… well, let’s just say there was no lack of entertainment in our house. Competitive? Not in the least. We are not alike enough to compete. If it was attention he wanted, attention he got. Which took the pressure off of me. See?