Players editions are right around the corner.
I finally ordered Theodore to be machined – closer than ever!
These are pretty close to what final production will look like, next to Walter so you can see the shape and color differences. Continue reading Theodore Ordered
Let me preface this by saying I am a huge Todd Solondz fan, ever since watching Happiness on a whimsical Blockbuster™ night, back in 2000.
I’ve been looking forward to Weiner Dog for quite a while, laughing at the trailer and excited by his casting choices.
I’ve learned what to expect from Todd Solondz, which also means giving in to the unexpected.
At the west coast championship, Theodore had some new hands on him.
Check out ben’s buttery offstring grind
Status right now: finalizing design changes (about 6 modifications to make him more Walter like), testing a new anno shop
Hoping for fall
PTA and Radiohead…together at last.
*featured image taken by Alex Lake, according to http://pitchfork.com/news/65297-radiohead-announce-new-album-release-date-share-daydreaming-video/
Evolution is one of those things I can imagine when I see the progression as a diagram, but I’ve often pondered its pace and cause.
I imagine it is similar to my own mental growth: a new thought pattern is prioritized, I pursue it actively in my mind, and eventually it becomes me. At least, that is how I would like to be.
When I return home from a particularly bright day, everything is near-black. I stare through the murky grays and slowly things I recognize come into focus. It happens slowly, as the fog of darkness lifts.
I am constantly experiencing a similar adjustment with my habits and self evolution. I adjust to new living situations, friends, projects, dreams, cricks, and so on, each becoming part of me and therefore invisible. Each day is colored by those previous, each thought colored by our experiences. Continue reading Slow down and evolve
For work, I travelled to Portugal from the 11th to 18th of April.
I have always been bad about taking pictures on trips like this, mostly because I don’t want to miss the present moment fiddling with my phone.
When a view moves me, I want to be present with it. I want to let the light dance over my own retinas and to enjoy the bubbling feeling the moment creates inside of me.
Then I get home and I wish I had more photos.
For this trip, I tried to find a balance between the two.