Opium Tales - The Potion

In search of sea monsters

You gotta love the old times. What we didn’t know back then, we filled with imagination. Nowadays, we’ve lost that side of our psyche. We’ve become too logical, which leads to too dry. So unfortunately, people have replaced myths and legends with politics. And of course, politics brings out the

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Beauty is a level up

When my son was little, he and I used to make up all these characters. We both had good guys and bad guys. I had one guy named Mean Gene. He would beat up random peasants just to get more experience points. Of course with enough experience points, you level

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Changing themes and Sea Monsters

Well, I usually don’t talk too much about the technical stuff. But my previous theme had such a horrible bug that I got really mad and felt like throwing my laptop out the window. Thankfully, I didn’t do that. But I did send out a stupid test which I regret

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Opium Tales drinks good liquor

Liquor for May

I’ve heard that general blogs are going out of fashion. That blogs should be specific, and follow a general theme. You know what? I don’t care. For one, I’m not one to follow rules. For another, pardon my French, but as much as I love watercolors, I’m not going to

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A bourbon rambling

I’m sitting here, looking at my blog and realizing I simply don’t write enough articles. So, I decided to drink a lot of bourbon and write something. Anything. Just to have an article. Will this be any good? Who knows. But you know what? It will be honest. Totally uncensored.

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Artistic nudes vs erotica

I didn’t like Impressionism. At all. Until I saw it in real life. That’s the same reason I don’t sell my art online. When you see it in real life, it’s completely different. You’ll have a much greater respect for it. It’s not meant to be seen up close. It’s

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Drinker with a painting problem

Awhile back, I wrote about painting under the influence of absinthe. Except now, I do things differently. Now, I light the sugarcube. It makes a lovely blue flame. And it helps break the sugar down better, giving the drink a richer flavor. Highly recommend to fellow drinkers. I’ll have to

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