For what better gift is there than a painting?
It was a process frought with frustration, but stubbonrness and my general oblivious nature saw me through.
In fact, it went something like this:
Once upon a time a friend of mine got married.
Now I don’t know much about weddings, but I’m told presents are as important as presence, and sometimes more so. I think it has something to do with mitigating curses, but maybe I made that up.
There are so many options when it comes to wedding presents. I’ve learned from movies that toasters are always a good one. You can never have too many toasters. Or, you know, a towel or kitchen knife.
Useful. Decorative. But when it comes right down to it, boring. I decided to investigate further, and I’m glad I did because it turned up an unexpected fact. Turns out paintings are valid and even respectable wedding gifts.
I know! Imagine my surprise.
For various reasons (which I’d elaborate on if this post didn’t seem too wordy as is), a painting fit perfectly and moreover is what I decided to present.
I was working on this three by six foot banner for Tsang Dentistry, when I got one of those not enough memory to perform this task errors! So ha! to anyone who thought 12GB of RAM was excessive!
Unrelatedly, the banner was for a judo tournament, but other than that I don’t know much. I kept everything as large as possible because who knows what the average viewing distance will be?
JT enjoys chainfactor.
I injured my wrist a while ago. I’m not completely sure how. At some indistinct point after that fall during ultimate, my back, wrist, and ankle began to hurt – but all on my left side. This is weird because I fell on my right side. That is where all the scrapes and bruises are. Sometimes I don’t understand mild injuries at all.
If you recall a few posts ago, I’d professed a desire to deviate from programming – at least temporarily. Karl suggested 3D. A good suggestion, but so many clicks to open 3D Studio Max. I called it off.