Thank you @liaizon@social.wake.st I'm really loving the potential here. I also signed up on Mastodon (@tilvids@mstdn.social)

Just found this official looking picture of me taken at a Art Basil Miami Tumblr party a few years ago..

bfa.com/home/photo/bfa-1759221

BFA.com wants $75 for the high res version. Somehow I don't think I should have to pay that...

Has anyone made a serious attempt at any fediverse based dating thing yet? Even like a bot that matches people based on interest or something? Even if it was joke-y dating I think it would be an interesting thing to attempt.

I'm doing an online course on prop illustration, and the current exercise is to draw a lamp from a freely chosen setting, starting with at least 20 quick silhouettes.

I chose a reading lamp which could be a prop in one of my audio plays, where robots in a village form a cargo cult around the technological remains of died-out human civilization.

It's fun to think that behind every prop there could be a whole backstory.

#drawing #illustration #mastoart #art #props #silhouettes

Also from today: Some progress on the "Two Friends on the Dike" drawing. I inked the blacks over yesterday's pencil sketch. Tomorrow I'll start shading. It's a very grainy photo, so I'm not sure what technique to use. [eying shyly in @smerp 's direction] 😅

#drawing #workinprogress #ink

PS: Did some research to find the artist's name, and may have found a lead...

I am 100% an anarchist in case that was not clear to anyone...

"A less harmful form of colonial occupation is fantasy. The process of colonial undoing will not occur by voting. You cannot decolonize the ballot."

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"In the context of settler colonialism voting is the “civic duty” of maintaining our own oppression. It is intrinsically bound to a strategy of extinguishing our cultural identities and autonomy."

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"If they can’t kill or imprison the organizers, then fold them into the bureaucracy or turn their struggles into businesses. At the end of the day, not everyone can be white supremacists, but everyone can be capitalists."

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"If they can’t kill or imprison the organizers, then fold them into the bureaucracy or turn their struggles into businesses. At the end of the day, not everyone can be white supremacists, but everyone can be capitalists."

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"The ballot is only the paper veil that hides the tricks” -Lucy Parsons

I realized I think why my back has been hurting is a started using this new tiny desk that is way to low for my laptop and puts me in an awful position to type. I just stacked like 10 books under it and now its position is so much more comfortable.

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