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  •  Cookie Jar (9+ / 0-)

    The sun has come out while I was writing. The drizzle has gone and the evening is filled with birdsong-- and Harry Potter and his friends battling the forces of evil. The rest of my little family is enjoying dinner and a DVD in the room next to this. I had a fairly muddy walk this morning and a productive afternoon strapped to this computer working with Photoshop™ and Flash Catalyst™. I had thought I'd post some of my digital paintings with this post but my walks had put me in a different mood-- it seemed rather incongruous to post pictures like this one:

    Which is really almost all that I have handily tucked away in my Photobucket account. For some reason it just doesn't say, "Spring!" to me. Heck, it doesn't even say, "piss." And it's not even finished really. It was a digital study for an oil painting I was planning. Maybe, just maybe-- it can say, "seed."

    Thanks for stopping by!

    It's about time for me to be getting some dinner for myself. I'll hope to see you in the comments.

    •  You're okay for a West grad (2+ / 0-)
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      •  Heh (0+ / 0-)

        did Facebook drag you out of hiding? Ah yes, [Marko checks his FB page] there you are! I do seem to have trouble recognizing you and this time it had nothing to do with hair.

        I like to believe that we went to school with a remarkable group of people. My childhood chums draw illustrations for The New Yorker, draw comics for Marvel and DC, write software for NASA, organize arts and education programs and festivals in Milwaukee, run their own brewery in Chicago, head a rock band in Malaysia, work with people like David Bowie on their photo shoots and videos, head charities helping the homeless, gab about politics on MSNBC, point steady-cams at presidents, write The Onion, teach Computer Science at Berkeley, work as correspondents for The Financial Times in places like Russia and Libya, work with the UN in Switzerland, are Hollywood producers and screenwriters and actors, are professional musicians in New York playing in the Philharmonic, in the local jazz clubs, at anywhere the sounds of samba fill the air ...

        And on and on.

        Saving the elusive werelynx though swag.

        by Marko the Werelynx on Fri Apr 12, 2013 at 10:01:10 PM PDT

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