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262128 No. 262128 ID: a4ee84

You are a soldier serving in the army.
Usually you just spend your days slacking around and avoiding officers, but today is different.
Today you have departed on a terrific, amazing quest. You are on a quest to find art!


You've begun your search in this rarely used part of your military complex, as you have heard rumours of there being some sort of art here.

What will you do?
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No. 262129 ID: 0d1fe9

>>262128
Remember your name, rank and inventory.
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No. 262134 ID: 2563d4

Examine bluescreen. Ponder that that style of BSOD hasn't been used for a hell of a long time, and must therefore be a deep artistic statement. Perhaps about the intangible peripheralness of art when just stored as digital information and shown upon technological viewing devices.
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No. 262141 ID: c71597

>>262128
Go through the open door to look for art supplies. You shall damn well make your own art and be proud of it!
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No. 262145 ID: a4ee84
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262145

[meta]Changing the viewpoint from first to second person[/meta]

My inventory contains only my combat jumpsuit, helmet, a can of soft drink and ten credit bill.

My rank? I dunno, the officers just call us cannon fodder. I can't seem to remember my name though, maybe you can help me with it?
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No. 262146 ID: 2563d4

>>262145
If you are to be an artiste, the first thing you must develop is a massive sense of self-importance and accompanying arrogance.

Pour some of the soft drink onto your scrunched-up left trouserleg (the leftness is important as a metaphor for individuality). The shape of stain pattern it leaves is now the symbol which represents your name.
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No. 262148 ID: a4ee84
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262148

Yup, looks like a bluescreen all right.
Seems like there's no art to be found in it.
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No. 262151 ID: fb10df

>>262145
Grammarnazi here, just calling in to confirm that you did in fact change from SECOND person to FIRST, not the other way around. Cheers!
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No. 262157 ID: a4ee84
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262157

You summon your all pretensiousness and self righteousness and pour the soft drink on your left leg in one fell artistic statement.
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No. 262164 ID: a4ee84
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262164

From this moment onwards my name shall be...

[meta]Thanks for nazi'ing my grammar, I didn't really think that on through. Also, I'm really new at using imageboards. Could you tell me how to do that >>262128 reference thingy? [/meta]
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No. 262166 ID: a4ee84

Oh wait it was that simple?
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No. 262174 ID: a4ee84
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262174

....Uh... I don't really know how to interpret art. What do you think it symbolises?
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No. 262179 ID: 6a0f18

>>262174
It think that that's a half sad face... with and odd anime hair and a beard...
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No. 262183 ID: fb10df

I think your name is... ART
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No. 262185 ID: 2563d4

>>262183
Not pretentious enough. There's totally a "T" shape in that stain (yes there is, don't argue, being an artiste means being confident that you're always right), which therefore represents the physical reality---but what is body? No. Your mind---your very essence---shall simple be known as "Ar".
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No. 262197 ID: a4ee84
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262197

>>262185
>>262179

Yes! By forgetting my name I have become alike to the amnesiac heroes of jrpgs. Since acquiring art is my new goal in life, it should be reflected in my very identity. These two aspects of me coexist, forming harmonious contrast with each other, underlining my cubistical side. From now onwards, I am known as AnimAr!
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No. 262199 ID: a4ee84
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262199

>> 262197
Dammit, forgot to erase those lines.
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No. 262204 ID: a4ee84
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262204

>>262141
I get moving with artistic resolve.

It seems like a storage closet. Vacuum cleaner, calendar, cardboard boxes, nothing intere -

Oh wait! those are cans of paint! That's the stuff art is made out, right?
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No. 262206 ID: 6a0f18

>>262204
put paint in each of your extremities and star to have convulsions in the floor! That is your sub-subconscious mind!
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No. 262213 ID: fb10df

You desire art? Well before you lie the instruments that make up art, thus if you consume them and make them part of yourself YOU SHALL BE ART.
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No. 262219 ID: a4ee84

>>262206
HAHAHA OH GOD THIS IS GRAT! LOOK I'M AN ARTIST
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No. 262220 ID: a4ee84
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262220

>>262219
Whoops
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No. 262232 ID: a4ee84
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262232

>>262213
YES THIS CAN'T POSSIBLY GO WRONG!
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No. 262243 ID: a4ee84
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262243

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No. 262246 ID: 2563d4

>>262243
Art always requires a little suffering.

If you're gonna hurl, be sure to do it onto an improvised canvas. Cardboard box will do.
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No. 262248 ID: a4ee84
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262248

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No. 262251 ID: a4ee84
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262251

CHAPTER 1 END
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No. 262382 ID: a4ee84
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262382

Art is a lie that makes us realize truth.
-Pablo Picasso


DISK 2 LOADED
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No. 262383 ID: a4ee84
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262383

Urgh... I feel horrible.
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No. 262385 ID: a4ee84
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262385

Whoops, something came up, paused for time being.
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No. 262399 ID: fb10df

That horrible feeling is just your latent ART POWERS coming into realization. Why look, you've already gained the chameleon-like powers of changing the color of your suit!
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No. 262402 ID: c71597

>>262383
Drinking paint can sort of do that. You look a bit different. More blue for one thing.
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No. 262455 ID: a4ee84

>>262128

Y-yes, that's probably it. Gotta stay positive.
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No. 262456 ID: a4ee84
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262456

>>262455
Why do I keep forgetting my pictures?!
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No. 262457 ID: a4ee84
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262457

>>262402
Chameleon powers? I do feel kinda funny, but -
Hey would you look at that, it actually worked!
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No. 262461 ID: c71597

>>262457
Cool, well lets see what work of art you created in your paint induced stupor.
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No. 262471 ID: a4ee84
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262471

>>262461

>>262220 this one?

I try to get bird's-eye view of my masterpiece.
It represents... Uh, actually I can't remember just what I was thinking when I made it. My brain must have been overloaded with art from that paint or something.
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No. 262479 ID: c71597

>>262471
Not entirely horrible. Lets get a nice collection of colours and then go art this place up.
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No. 262482 ID: fb10df

CALLED IT. Now it's time to announce yourself as a SUPERHERO. Because if there's anything someone with recently discovered stealth-like abilities needs, it's PUBLICITY.
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No. 262497 ID: a4ee84
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262497

>>262479
All the paint here has already dried. I must have been out cold for quite a while.

>>262482
Yes! I am Animar the artistic! the world shall know my face!
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No. 262500 ID: a4ee84

>>262479
I return to the hallway, checking the wall display while I'm here. Still broken it seems.
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No. 262501 ID: a4ee84
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262501

>>262500
Not again!
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No. 262508 ID: a4ee84
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262508

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No. 262510 ID: 1854db

>>262508
Let's see what's in that other door.
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No. 262513 ID: fb10df

Also for the heck of it go back-against the wall and see how well you can camouflage yourself.
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No. 262531 ID: 6a0f18

>>262513
That doesn't sound artistic at all.

Instead, you have been gifted with the powers to an livin art piece, now the world is your canvas, and you are brush! The walls that once limited you, now are your marble, and you have become a chisel! And never forget, that there is art in the absence of art, sometimes the most beautiful things, are the ones that the eyes can't see... So get against a wall and hide your artful form from the unaware eyes!
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No. 262681 ID: a4ee84
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262681

>>262513
I would never even think about avoiding attention! The world needs to be made aware of my artistic genius and camouflaging myself would therefore be completely counterproductive.

>>262531
Yes! Why didn't I think of it myself! With my newfound powers I can make myself and my surroundings into a living piece of art! The possibilities are limitless!
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No. 262682 ID: a4ee84
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262682

>>262510
It's sealed with an electronic lock. Looks I'm going to have to solve this puzzle to open it.
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No. 262706 ID: a4ee84
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262706

>>000000
Yes! There is no answer to the question: "what is art?" Art is not something, it just is. Therefore the correct answer is to not answer anything.
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No. 262713 ID: a4ee84
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262713

Looks like that was the correct answer.
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No. 262730 ID: a4ee84
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262730

Huh, what a strange room.
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No. 262731 ID: 039199

>>262730
Red Note. Hug Artistic-Liberty.
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No. 262737 ID: a4ee84
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262737

>>262731

>Red Note.
I use my art powers to turn the note into completely red sheet of paper. Not before reading it of course.

I think I may have fixed the problem you were having with this thing. It seems like you had installed the chroma filters wrong way around. I'm pretty sure it should detonate properly now.

OBTAINED RED SHEET OF PAPER

>Hug Artistic-Liberty.
Given the difficulties with hugging an abstract concept, I instead hug the metal cylinder. It has a warning on it: "WARNING HIGH ART CONTENT!"
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No. 262752 ID: cbdb8b

Fuck yeah. Inspect it to figure out how to activate that bitch and free the magnificent artwork from its metal confines.
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No. 262780 ID: fba40f

>>262737
oh shit RUN
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No. 262818 ID: 039199
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262818

>>262737
Well, you heard the note (Most great artist "suffered" from synaesthesia), it's time to invert colors, so we might liberate the art in a (metaphorical?) explosion of creativity...
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No. 262890 ID: a4ee84
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262890

>>262818
Try as I might, I only manage to invert my own colors. Does this make me a turncoat?

>>262752
The gauge on the cylinder says that it is still 40% full. I twist every knob and push every button I can find but there is no response...
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No. 262901 ID: 383006

Stand on the pad and barf colors into the red button-eye thing.
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No. 262908 ID: c71597

>>262890
You must focus your art and beam it into the machine!
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