The lack of an organizing principle invites the mind into chaos. That sounds like a pretty solid answer to a question you didn't ask, doesn't it? Well then, we won't dwell on it.
We need some groove music
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Today I am leaving you to your devices so that I can actually go and be in the world for a bit, and possibly paint some pretty pictures for you all to marvel at, and then go spend $50 buying printed merchandise of at a later date (cha-ching).
Actually I'm not going to leave you to your devices because i'm pretty sure your devices are either the type that are illegal in 43 countries or else the ones that cause grave bodily mutilation. But far be it from me to put ideas in your head, unless it involves some subversive motive to detach your paypal credits from your person to feed the monster that is my starving account (groan; cha-ching)
here are some artpad paintings i got suckered into doing:
(don't laugh. i'm very sensitive.)
I am indebted to AceQwerty (my only follower) for reminding me about Ninjai. I've also spent a bit of time catching up with the archives of Platinum Grit which reminds me of Opus, Bone, and Strangers in Paradise all at once. Great work Trudy Cooper and Danny Murphy. I also read The Kids Are Alright by Chynna Cluggston one of the trendsetters for today's generation of manga-influenced American and Canadian comic creators. Later on today I'll try to actually get through Russian Ark, Boy A, and Salo.
Oh yeah, happy belated Earthday! You know we get 52 Sundays a year, but only one Earthday! Hope it was special!
and now some mixed classical (see you next time! ^_^)