Title: The Obsessive Artist
The artist who fishes to find the perfect bristle
What would happen to the animals in the zoo if the artist does not stop his fishing to find the perfect bristle for his perfect brush?
Step by Step Outline:
- The zoo is packed with visitors and aspiring artist and Alvaro was seen setting up his easel at his favourite spot, by the river lodge. He can be identified as a perfectionist by the way he places his tools while setting up.
- As Alvaro starts painting, he becomes frustrated and annoyed by the way his painting was turning out as the brush strokes becomes clumsy and rough.
- He instinctively knew that his paintbrush have been fully utilised and he needed a replacement.
- He lured and netted animals from their enclosures in search of the perfect hair to recreate his paintbrush.
- Once Alvaro kills his victims and arranged the hair off of them to make his bristle, he would test them out. He would continue fishing until he got his perfect match.
- When Raul, the zookeeper, realised that the animals under his care were disappearing, he decided to engage the press and posted a reward to find the culprit.
- Raul had his eyes on Alvaro because he was acting suspicious around the animals that were going to be his next victims.
- Alvaro, on the other hand, was not aware of this because his obsession to recreate his brush got his full attention.
- On a particular night, Raul caught Alvaro in action and confronted him.
- A scuffled began, a man’s life ended. The killer was not known until an article about the incident was reported on the local newspaper the next day.
- A photo of the deceased zookeeper, Raul, was splashed across the front page of the newspaper with half of his well-groomed moustache missing.
- A sadistic smile was painted all over Alvaro’s face as he admires his fat new brush and his perfect painting.