A champion-portrait is a kind of thing. A girl-portrait is a kind of champion-portrait. A guy-portrait is a kind of champion-portrait. A champion-portrait is always scenery. Understand "picture" and "portrait" and "text" and "inscription" as a champion-portrait. Understand "girl/woman/lady" as a girl-portrait. Understand "guy/dude/man/boy" as a guy-portrait.
A champion-portrait is always distant.
The portrait-collective is scenery in the Hall of Fame. It is plural-named, privately-named, lens-searchable and distant. Understand "portraits/pictures" as the portrait-collective. The description is "Among others you recognize Missy Maestro, Doc Stockholm, Hetty R, Slick Joe Mittens, and of course Gus, the current champion.[paragraph break]The first portrait seems to be missing." The printed name is "portraits".
The Missy Maestro portrait is a girl-portrait in the Hall of Fame. The description is "The portrait is of a serious-looking girl with a collared shirt and blonde hair combed back. Below it is written: 'Missy Maestro could command words like an orchestra, but nobody could command yo momma away from that third bucket of chicken.'"
The Gus portrait is a guy-portrait in the hall of fame. The description is "Gus, that smug twit. The inscription reads: 'They say to beat Gus in his game is an impossible task, but not as hard as raising a flag on Mount Yo Momma.'"
The Doc Stockholm portrait is a guy-portrait in the Hall of Fame. The description is "The guy in the portrait wears a white jacket and rubber gloves. The text reads: 'Doc could tie your intestines into a knot with a single quip. Too bad for yo momma that he isn't a cosmetic surgeon.'".
The Hetty R portrait is a girl-portrait in the Hall of Fame. The description is "In the picture there's a thin older woman with a scarf around her head. 'Hetty had time for the art even with three kids to feed. Just like yo momma who has three chins to feed.'".
The Slick Joe Mittens portrait is a guy-portrait in the Hall of Fame. The description is "The picture depicts a young bald guy with tattoos and hip hop clothes. The text says: 'Slick Joe had his rhymes and his wits of which he let everyone have their share. Yo momma has her tub-o-lard and that she never shares.'"
The missing portrait is a champion-portrait in the Hall of Fame. Understand "first" and "empty" and "frame" as the missing portrait. The description is "The first portrait is missing. It used to be the picture of Joe Mahma. The empty frame is a memorial of his defamation."
The hint list of a champion-portrait is usually the table of portrait hints.
The hint list of the portrait-collective is the table of portrait hints.
Table of portrait hints
|"Have you read all the portrait inscriptions?"|
|"Have you thought about what they could mean?"|
|"They mean nothing. They're just scenery."|