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@philnelson it is goingly! Though honestly it's been a tiring week to be facilitating internet discussion.

I love it, but can you make the Torgo bigger

what if it turns out it's actually an NP-tape

@erinbee that is a hell of a maneuver and i approve

I have had several beers and have literally no idea what this means

@offby1 Yeah, it's a...it's a hell of a thing. The naming fuckup is an eye-boggler but would have been (and sounds like maybe it will in fact be) a fairly straightforward fix; owner said as much in the git repo issues. But the thread. The thread.

@bea It's like, how much necker can it be.

Refractions II
oil on canvas, 36"x36"

Keeping on with a theme. Some stuff proceeded with more confidence for this one, some stuff didn't work out the way I thought it might.

Big surprise for me is how geometrically unstable it feels; it's very very easy to essentially invert the implied geometry to see this as point out toward the viewer instead of receding, but that's incompatible with the perspective and so it won't really settle down at all.

[in the style of Daler Mehndi]
Tunak tunak tun
Tunak tunak tun
Tunak tunak tun
[now suddenly in the style of that German pop band from those old VW commercials]
da da da

@greenclock after the last couple hours of painting I'm gonna go with "not having fucking arm fall off" as an acceptable baseline

Whew. Interior done, most of the way there now; just need to settle on and execute a treatment for the background. *rubs crick in neck*

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@joshmillard My bltcoin is based on how many sandwiches I eat in a month.

Pleased to announce my ICO for BlitCoin, a new cryptocurrency that can only be hashed using the Fat Agnus chip from the original Amiga hardware.

workin' on a big paaaaaaaintiiiiing

Translucent three-point perspective Menger vector sketch, working through some ideas for a painting.