tits in the preview ok
this one is Dimensions of Dialogue, it is about talking
the first bit is “factual dialogue”
the second is “passionate dialogue”
the third is “exhaustive discussion”
i think they speak for themselves so to speak but i could speak about interpretation
There were seen on [the clock] a negro, a dog, and a shepherd; when the clock struck, the shepherd played six tunes on his flute, and the dog approached and fawned upon him. This clock was exhibited to the King of Spain, who was delighted with it. “The gentleness of my dog,” said Droz, “is his least merit; if your Majesty touch one of the apples, which you see in the shepherd’s basket, you will admire the fidelity of this animal.” The King took an apple, and the dog flew at his hand, and barked so loud, that the King’s dog, which was in the room, began also to bark; at this the Courtiers, not doubting that it was an affair of witchcraft, hastily left the room, crossing themselves as they went out. The minister of Marine was the only one that ventured to stay. The king having desired him to ask the negro what o’clock it was, the minister obeyed, but he obtained no reply. Droz then observed, that the negro had not yet learned Spanish.
sorry bout ‘negro’, such is the 1700s
|—||Graham Hoyle, review of The Mind-Body Problem by Bunge, J. Neurobiol 14 #4 pp. 337-338|
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mine turned out super abstract, i like it
I think the lighting at work is a little bit overpowering for this thing, but I think it maybe turned out okay?
Oh, hey, a Fiora. (And a less terrible picture of me)
a m I k a w a i i
(This is a fun app. Too bad I’m too camera-shy for honest use of it.)
Hid my stupid hair under a toque and came out looking like Gort. That went surprisingly well.
Process for page 497 of Vattu, from sketchup model to finished inks and colors. I love doing scenes like this but they do take forever.
A big part of what I want to convey in Vattu is a sense of place that feels organically learned and consistent, which is why I work from the model on panels like this one. If you look closely, bits of the city seen on pages 204, 399, and a few others all come together here.
vattu is a real good comic, y’all.
the part of overside in vattu feels more consistent to me than that of rice boy or order of tales, but i think a lot of that is that vattu is sticking around the same areas more, so there’s more display of those particular places.
the heavy involvement of the relevant political systems helps as well, makes me think about a place as having people in it, and how that connects to the geography (eg the enclave)
Over the last semester I have been programming two games. One of these is for a class and the other is for my job. These two games have provided me with almost opposite experiences in every facet. I wanted to take a moment to reflect on them jointly and think about the things I’ve learned from the last semester.
I lost at level seventeen. Game’s actually pretty fun. It’s strange to imagine the codebase being big enough to cause you trouble.
Kind of want to talk about my own experiences. Unlike Iverum this year has been the first time I’ve programmed anything for reasons other than a class or my own use/fun. I think I’ve had more fun doing this than he has, unfortunately.
The noble gases make a group of chemical elements with similar properties: under standard conditions, they are all odorless, colorless, monatomic gases with very low chemical reactivity. The six noble gases that occur naturally are helium (He), neon (Ne), argon (Ar), krypton (Kr), xenon (Xe), and the radioactive radon (Rn).
Comic idea I’ve had for a while. The alpha kids just dont seem as close as the beta kids.
(you guys all remember the lamps at the bottom? i feel like the fandom doesnt bring them up much)
i feel like this would be more effective if chem class hadn’t thrown shit like tetraxenonogold (ii) diantimony fluoride at me (i don’t even know if that’s the real name)
this is exactly right
I feel this way sometimes