Alien Workshop

20 Feb 19
Marta Zubieta

Bodyworld is the title of an universe I aim to create to collect my own iconography created during the last year and nowadays and enrich my own language as an illustrator with new images.  Through the development of an storytelling I will create new images of my own that will support the idea of “originality” […]

20 Feb 19
katesdivinepresents

It’s on my heart today to share my intention & therefore purpose when facilitating an angelic oracle card reading. It is my personal perception that the angelic energies i channel are easily connected with through the medium of oracle cards.  Any method of divining simply & powerfully connects us within our own energies, both conscious & […]

20 Feb 19
The Infinite Library

If you haven’t already worked this out from either (a) my ‘About Me’ page or (b) my language choices in most of my posts, I am Australian. A Sydney-sider to be exact. And, of course, as a good Aussie bookworm, most of the novels I read are by…not Australian authors…Awks. So, today I’m going to […]

20 Feb 19
Ready To Role

It’s a new month, and we have a new month’s Adventure Seeds! At a reader’s request I decided to give sci-fi a spin, specifically adventures one could find in a futuristic city or metropolis. Fantasy is definitely more of my specialty, so this was a fun challenge and a good nudge for me to maybe dust […]

19 Feb 19
That Was Then

Wednesday 11th February 2009 What a strange thing to do I don’t feel the same way as she does I love you more than I loved her I don’t want to be with her I want to be with you much more than I ever wanted to be with her There’s no way I’ll be […]

19 Feb 19
Town of Otis, MA

[print-me] OTIS LIBRARY & MUSEUM          MARCH  ARTICLE Throughout the year, several patrons will bring books to donate to our book sale area, magazines to give away and memorabilia for the museum.  Recently Kathy Casey asked me if we would take a scrapbook of the history of World War II that her aunts made.  It […]

19 Feb 19
Annabel Irving

Modelling : this session was all about the process around sub-object 3D modelling. Our outcome aim is to create a simple 3D character model suitable for basic rigging, sculpting or 3D work. After creating a basic shape using the cube tool and expanding on this using the exclude tool we were then left with an […]

19 Feb 19
Monica Pillai

“Why don’t you register and start a company? Formally? Else you are not an entrepreneur… just a freelancer” “If you have more work and clients than you can handle, shouldn’t you hire more people and train them and… well, basically, gear up for growth?” “See, you seem to be coasting, even working through weekends to […]

19 Feb 19
Pavel Lebedev, Author

My hunger to make something of my writing is immense. Over time, that hunger has proven very consistent, a daily thing and not a once-in-a-while thing. The fire burns steadily and lasts a very long time. I was writing my whole life. At the age of six or seven, I wrote my first stories and […]

18 Feb 19
xenocommunist hauntings

It might be mere coincidence that I was finishing reading Laboria Cuboniks’ Xenofeminist Manifesto and seeing Robert Rodriguez’ film adaption of Kishiro Yukito’s Battle Angel Alita manga at the same day. However watching Alita: Battle Angel I couldn’t stop myself from, at least to some extent, drawing parallels to XFs politics of alienation as well […]

18 Feb 19
TAMPERE, FINLAND

I’ve recently discovered a very interesting Finnish illustrator through post cards. His name is Rudolf Koivu. He is not very known unfortunately, but he draws very magical scenes for children’s books. I bought a postcard where a dancer is dressed as a goldfish and as strange as that sounds, it’s so a beautiful illustration. He […]

18 Feb 19

MARCH 1: TOT DISCOVERY DAY The Eugene Science Center will host Tot Discovery Day on Fri., March 1 from 9 a.m. to noon at 2300 Leo Harris Pkwy. There will be activities and interactive learning stations designed to ignite curiosity and interest in science. Tot Discovery Days are casual, drop-in programs when our youngest visitors […]

18 Feb 19
eddiekba3b

Very interesting workshop with Steve Kirby, learning more about After Effects and his own rigging system he developed. It’s called Limber and it works much like DUIK and Rubber hose but I found it to be better personally. I understand what each element did and it was nice to use. The first video was the […]