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Not much done on this, but there's some sketchy stuff and a partial first layer of paint. Who knows when I'll get around to working on it more, and I don't want to forget about posting these or lose them, so here they are.


more )
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Having HTML issues embedding the slideshow, so for now: have a link.
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Icons for [personal profile] kapuahi:




 

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Two of the multiple things I made on Cook All The Things! night shortly after moving in - lucky you, they got photographed together in some spots, so they're being posted together too.

Oatmeal Squares! )

Sunflower cakes! )
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- Except this is before Havi and Alexis moved in, and we're still waiting for Ha to get here, so there will be more photos after everyone's actually, y'know, here. With all their stuff. Zee and I (um, mostly I) are somewhat lacking in the stuff department. (My inner minimalist cried a little when Havi showed up with throw pillows and bathroom rugs, but hey, I'll live.)


More! )
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First it was fake legos, because everyone likes cubey castles and towers and such.



And then... )
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more photos )
(Yes, I put flax seed in my tortillas. It makes them less likely to fall apart.)
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(There are entries after this one, dated out of order to avoid taking up your entire feed. As usual. :P)

   
more! )
Bread is still not the thing I am best at, but look! It's edible!
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First, I have to post the icons I made some time ago. Otherwise, this story isn't going to make sense. So:





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#9 Is Gary from Alphas, with the scene that inspired this icon set. My brain went YES THAT! and ran with it, because light! movement! meanings!
tl;dr living in my brain is a lot like being surrounded by symbolism on crack.

Story time: I pulled up wikiquote to find the Joseph Campbell thing I wanted to quote at Tasha, and it wasn't there. What was:

Big picture! )

It's strangely delightful to have your assigned meaning show up in someone else's mind.
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Current project: editing a friend's novel. Sometimes this happens near bedtime, and my commentary gets increasingly snarky: 


I've also got photos of my latest culinary adventures, once I get them onto my laptop*. Experimental bread that doesn't suck**, and (finally) tortillas that look pretty enough to share. 
Also poking at the narrative for The Novel I Might Be Writing. And for the Sherlock piece.

*As my laptop is being obstinately weird (for values that mean I'm running off a live CD at the moment***), that may be soon or it may not. 
**And just in time for the spectacularly failed "maybe it was the HCFS and not the wheat bothering me?" experiment. Two days of eating wheat and I'm sore, anxious, mopey, and can't sleep. Come back, happy brain chemicals! Come back!
***I don't like Unity. They moved things. I knew where they were, and now all of them are hiding from me! Do not want.

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Pictured: plain Greek yogurt with coconut, berries, and dextrose (food hacks!); black beans seasoned with I-don't-remember, mung bean sprouts, celery. (Is there anything I won't eat celery with? Probably not. It's fun to use as a utensil, and it's one of my few unequivocally-safe-to-eat vegetables.)

I mostly failed at cooking this week - in the sense that not much turned out nice enough to make me want to take photos, not in the sense that I didn't do it. Which, as you know, Bob, is normally not very conducive to me eating - but homemade tortillas are enough fun to make that I'll forgive them for not being very pretty.

My attempt at maple-oat-soy bread was a pretty spectacular failure that ended up muffins, and I gave those away because I didn't like the texture. (And then went and got bread from the bakery, because I've been craving bread like nothing else...but a day later I'm regretting it. Wheat: still not on the good list.) Homemade soy milk was...messy, and I didn't have cloth to filter it through on hand, so I ended up decanting it. There's labs coming in useful in the kitchen again ;) Next effort may get photographed. 

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I have a doctor's appointment at 11 and a dentist appointment at 3, and hopefully I'll have the other photos back up tonight. But in the meantime, since keeping myself fed has become an art of its own, lately...
home-made peasemeal
Food! )
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So here's one of them. And there are some more under the cut. I think I'll do a few themed posts, instead of sticking everything in at once, so, in no particular order:  Drawings!  )

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Jun. 12th, 2011 03:28 am
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Right, so - I have photos from the end-of-semester portfolio review, it's just a matter of cropping them all and uploading them. Eventually.
For now, have some icons:

   


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Today's trees at least sort of look like trees:


The really fun thing, though, was that after all the rain there was a mini-lake inside one of the trees, with pear blossom petals floating in it.
 
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I spent today organizing my brain, which ~counts but can't really be photographed. Part of that involved physical cleaning, but there wasn't enough to make for a good photo there, either.

Final exams start soon, but paperwork for summer housing is before that, and afterwards is moving day. I fully intend to spend the summer doing the mental equivalent of spring cleaning, because I have all this stuff that isn't working for me or needs repurposed or reframed or repaired. Moving will help with that, I hope. I am not unpacking a single thing until I know where it belongs, even if that means living out of boxes for a week. (I'm not really sure if I'm talking about my mind or my living space, at this point. Not that they're so different to begin with.)

Also, because I have been linking this everywhere: this is interesting. (Well, for people who find things titled "Exploring the link between reading fiction and empathy: Ruling out individual differences and examining outcomes" interesting.)
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We were unexpectedly sent outside to draw trees for today's studio time. Three people that were not, thankfully, me ended up with very bad sunburn. )

I don't like this much, but it was the first time we've had this subject, so that's to be expected.

I do like this photo, though, which was from the middle of today's studio time: )

Also, yesterday's post is now updated and has a link to April's music mix (which, for once, is by sound and not by theme.)

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