The cockroach of writing

As a quick interlude to the colour stuff, because there’s more where that came from… Last year wasn’t great for my arbitrary “at least once a month” posting schedule, but was rather productive in terms of drawing. Below is a collection of most of those doodles and art-adjacent depictions, arranged roughly chronologically in English reading […]

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Inktober is a yearly event where participants are encouraged to spend the month of October making an inked artwork every day. Or every week, or anything else really – it’s nothing official and there’s nothing to penalise, but the idea is to work on “positive drawing habits” and frequency is almost all of that. Last […]

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In the realm of colourimetry, some form of chromaticity diagram is a convenient tool to see and understand what coordinates in a given colour space mean and how they relate to each other. Colour is inherently three-dimensional, but by transforming the space such that one of those dimensions represents luminance, it can be reduced to […]

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It’s long been an established scientific just a theory fact that Rhamphorhynchus was the cutest pterosaur to have ever lived. Unfortunately the general public seems largely unaware of this, responding with criticisms like “what’s a rhamphorhynchus,” “what’s a pterosaur,” or “how do I even spell that?” Well it’s really quite simple: a pterosaur is any […]

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In the card game Munchkin, it is necessary to track your level from 1 to 10. Now you could remember it, or alternatively you can use some sort of external aid. And what better than themed counters? So with what few Blender skills I still had, I made a set of six small counters that […]

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This is hopefully the last of me sharing my experiences with beginning digital drawing as I don’t think there’s much significant that could happen from here. Check out my initial impressions followed by using pixel-based brushes if you’re interested. It’s hard to make an introduction here that the title hasn’t already covered. Indeed, I now […]

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Previously I mentioned how much more convenient it is to do drawings digitally as opposed to on a sheet of paper that never gets used again. The picture I managed to convert did indeed look very nice, but was lacking that extra detail. I’ve suspected for a while that pixel-based brushes are necessary for that […]

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