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You’ll get a proper post with real content and stuff later in the day–this is just to let you know that Minicomics Live! has been delayed one day. The project will start tomorrow, Tuesday the 14th. That’s a nice round … Continue reading
Here is a holiday transformation for you to marvel at. Elapsed time was about three hours, and I’m sure it would have been less if everybody wasn’t watching the transformer work his “flat pack one drawer filing cabinet on wheels … Continue reading
It’s a holiday weekend; you’re bound to need it sometime. Genuine old iPod shuffle string, no skips. “Coconut” -Harry Nilsson “Heaven” – Talking Heads “Friend of the Devil”- Grateful Dead (American Beauty) “You’re Gonna Lose That Girl”- The Beatles … Continue reading
Iowa loves those Japanese matchbox labels, too. She found this one and posted it on her personal bulletin board deep in the basement of the Noakes.
Helicopters are cool, and Soviet military aircraft are cool, and sky cranes are cool, so a Mil Mi-10 Soviet military sky crane is by definition very cool indeed. Plus, I like buses and this Mi-10 is getting ready to carry … Continue reading
The donkey may not be one of the accepted symbols of springtime, but this one was a very good model for one of my first outdoor shoots of the year. And frankly, wouldn’t you rather see a donkey than a … Continue reading
It’s no secret that I’m wrangling a multiverse here: it’s called the Knotted Rope and it’s much less scientific than, well, folkloric (if that’s even a word outside the late lamented Car Talk). I’ve never been too concerned about how … Continue reading
When in doubt, just post a picture of the dog. On a whim, I chose the least-used camera in the house: the one in my tablet. (OK, I’ve never used it.) While trolling through its unfamilar settings, I found the … Continue reading
It is spring at last, so let’s celebrate with one of the earliest serious flowers: the hellebore or Lenten rose, so called because it usually blooms before Easter. These are right on schedule. Note that although it’s called the Lenten … Continue reading