The Cask of Amontillado
By hearteyss, Updated
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Montressor and Fortunado meet after a while.
Montressor plots against Fortunado here.
Montresor prepares to get back at Fortunado in his wine cellar.
I gave Fortunado jester-like attire, because it is carnival season. Also because in the story, his clothes are described as, "a tight-fitting parti-striped dress, and... [a] conical cap and bells. i gave Fortunado a playful face because of his current state (intoxicated).
Here Montressor kills Fortunado.
This happened before the exposition. Montressor is plotting against Fortunado, who insulted him. I made the setting gloomy and dark because of whats going on in Montressor's head.
Montresor truly realizes that he killed Fortunado and covers it.
Here Montresor is hard at work preparing to kill Fortunado. I made it dark because when you kill someone you wouldn't do it whe people can easily see or hear you, and also it was midnight in the story.
Montresor skips 50 years to when he sees Fortunado's bones.
Here Montresor realizes that he killed Fortunado. I made the background red to symbolize that someone's dead. I gave him a happier face than before to show how he is finally at peace knowing that he redressed the pain and suffrage he was given.
I gave Montresor a scared face to show he truly realizes what he had done. I gave Montresor a rock to "Make an end of [his] labour."
I kept the room red to symbolize still death. I gave Montresor a disgusted face because of a decayed smell. I turned Fortunado's body into a skeleton because in the story Montresor "re-erected the old rampart of bones."
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