my old thinkpad has unused Linux Mint partition and Windows 7 license expiring next year, perhaps it's time for a full switch?

birdsite tech arguments 

art instructor said she finally sees my strong side in model sketches and portraits, after struggling throughout still nature and geometry stuff i'm not surprised she saw the improvement. my ego is boosted a tiny bit

>Terra Nil is a relaxing city builder about ecosystem reconstruction.

My plan is for an email header that will be like sand in the gears of hostile government agencies, tempting them down a path that will lead to a complete collapse in productivity

i recommend monthly reading list from Uneven Earth if you're interested in environmental issues, it always sources diversely and neatly categorizes the issues

just discovered dungeon synth, i've been looking for a genre like this ever since i first listened to Bo Hansson's LOTR inspired album ahhh

lovely couple videologging from a small irish farm! my watching plans for the weekend are set

i'm going to help host another unconference, 23-24 Nov, here in Malmö if anyone is in the neighbourhood

the theme:
What does tech look like on a finite, post-climate change earth?

an initiative by Zenna Fiscella and Edgeryders

watched the 2019 doc about Apollo 11 trying to distiguish recreated/CGI scenes from real ones only to find out it's all archival footage! :u

i feel like an absolute clown but the thrill of watching this incredible restoration and mastering work makes up for my embarassment

a game appeared to me in a dream. it was about managing a team of skilled tradesmen, helping with restoration and rebuilding efforts in low-tech country ravaged by natural disasters.

i'm writing down the ideas before i forget. do you know any games similar to this?

done my first still nature study at community art classes, surprised i can sit and do one thing for 3 hours. how do i replicate this at home?

2 - mindless

i got lost in thought because there were some weird black birds fishing in vistula river. now i'm late for the first class this semester

First Inktober! Gashadokuro are Japanese giant skeletons that drink blood. You know they're nearby because you hear a ringing in your ears. There's one in Goemon's Great Adventure that scared the hell out of me as a kid 😅

#inktober #inktober2019 #ring

Hi and thanks for having me!

I'm Tomasz, media tech student from Warsaw. Having realized world of academia is not exactly my world, i'm trying to experiment with various art disciplines in my spare time! I mostly dabble in illustration work, choir singing, languages (mostly japanese these days) and folklore research.


Revel in the marvels of the universe. We are a collective of forward-thinking individuals who strive to better ourselves and our surroundings through constant creation. We express ourselves through music, art, games, and writing. We also put great value in play. A warm welcome to any like-minded people who feel these ideals resonate with them. Check out our Patreon to see our donations.