It's strange that, barring some horrible accident, I'll never see my internal organs. I mean, my lungs are with me all the time, they belong to me, and they're keeping me alive, but I don't know what they look like. I know what lungs generally look like, of course, but I wouldn't be able to pick mine out of a lineup. #showerthoughts
Single pixel width font. Found in https://twitter.com/jamielowesdev/status/1076420450446655488?s=09
if you want to get to Melbourne by sea, you must pass through a narrow, dangerous stretch of water named
⚰️ The Rip ⚰️
missed this Sofheso release in Nov 2018 https://firstterracerecords.bandcamp.com/album/archive
microtonal music with breakbeats: Aleksi Perälä's Moonshine https://aleksiperala.bandcamp.com/album/moonshine
too many people want to be artists and we need to gatekeep harder
capitalism has produced a society that undervalues creative work and forces people to work long hours, leaving little time to pursue creative interests. people attempt to square this circle by pursuing art as a living, but capitalism is only interested in profit and paying workers as little as possible, forcing artists to pursue only commercially viable projects and fight over crumbs at that
Painting conservation. Very relaxing process to witness.
got a Moog Theremini! it's so much fun. https://www.moogmusic.com/products/etherwave-theremins/theremini
this is neat: Deep Painterly Harmonization https://github.com/luanfujun/deep-painterly-harmonization
"there is a special rule that applies to 3-D graphics programs: nothing makes sense, nothing can be found by mere exploration, and nothing is the same between programs" http://www.zompist.com/blender.html
L*a*b* color space is nice because it is based upon a sphere in which all colors exist. Each color is encoded as a series of vectors. L* (lightness) can be thought of as your z-axis, a* and b* are your x- and y-axes and determine how red/green or blue/yellow your color is. Whereas HEX codes require you to consider the triplet in relative terms, L*a*b* codes can be "traveled" individually to arrive at the color.