View Full Version : Does Alan have a little TOO much Badatude?
08-11-2005, 05:45 AM
Maybe it's the jaw and the squint. I wouldn't mind if his "tweed & books" factor was kicked up a notch, or maybe just giving him some glasses or a less "Who me? No, I'm Alan Payne. You must be looking for my brother!" sorta face.
08-11-2005, 05:48 AM
For some reason... I think he does have a little too much "baditude". Or maybe your thread made me think it. You're brainwashing me. Aren't you? STOP!!! "Kidding, of course." I guess I would have to know more about Mr. Wake to tell you that he has too much "baditude".
08-11-2005, 07:11 AM
I don't know, he always looks like he is thinking pretty hard, doesn't look bad to the bone.
He just looks tired, as he is.
08-13-2005, 05:54 AM
For me, he just looks like a fairly regular, pretty, guy. He's quite a young fellow, or at least he appears that way and I would estimate his age at around 27. People this young haven't reached the magical 33 mark yet, and so can be a little 'brash' or 'cocksure' and I think that this is reflected in his character. Perhaps I am reading it wrongly, but that's how he appears to me. I can't easily percieve someone without a good degree of mental fortitude - either by natural 'young spunk' or personal character - channeling his experiences into something creative and being able to cope with the psychological weight that it all entails. Especially losing your love mysteriously, your 'meal-ticket' or creative genius (which would be a prime concern for a man his age, I'd imagine) and then be able to see the thing through to its conclusion; all without turning into a gibbering wreck. Either that or the strongest love known to man. Hopefully his motivations will be made somewhat apparent. :)
"Who me? No, I'm Alan Payne. You must be looking for my brother!" sorta face. hehe.
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