It’s a good look. Not a great look for Baker Bloch but a good look if you decide to keep it.
Thanks I suppose. Edna liked the Skillet T-Shirt personally.
Interesting how Baker Bloch was fooled into thinking that it was the first Tilest band created instead of the Christian rock group it actually is. How’d that happen again?*
Very funny. But I think he likes the shirt now. Maybe it should be colored differently. I think the Skillet part would look better in Gold. Olive, Gold. But he wanted the snapshot to be taken at that specific point in the temple, beside the gold wall of the center of the center.
Have you given up on the squirrel idea?
No. I might insert a squirrel there [in the center] as well, but I’m very low on prims, as you know.
Skillet is the center, though.
Well, Baker Bloch decided to switch back to the old look, but minus the mask, which seemed to be putting off strangers at least. Made him look like a criminal or ‘sumtin — a bit. So here’s the look for now… **
* Hucka D. actually told Baker Bloch this, and convinced him temporarily by saying that the last 5 letters of Skillet make up the letters of TILE. This is the hidden meaning of the word. Then he gave him the Skillet T-Shirt as a gift, which Baker Bloch instantly accepted and put on. Then he decided to change his appearance *around* the T-Shirt, so taken by it he was. The result is above. After Baker Bloch played around with his appearance considerably, Hucka D. fessed up and said that Skillet was not actually the first Tilest band, but just another Christian rock band. Baker Bloch suspected this all along, but still liked the T-Shirt; he knew that Hucka D. sometimes tricked him, but usually for good reasons.
** Tonight when logging back in and materializing at the temple again by default setting, Baker Bloch found a cryptic glyph on the wall just behind where his earlier appearance change occurred. I’ll have more to say about this later, but it relates to a *different self*.