I'm delighted to report that my researcher minions uncovered this for me.
It's not a photo of the source tablet, but it is a reasonably reliable translation.
I have reached the "children's books about pangolins" stage in my #esperanto learning.
It is an adorable book.
We made a 4000 year old thing out of craft project leftovers, and I'm now convinced it only went out of fashion because it is a viscious, brutish game which encourages fist fights and gambling.
I highly recommend giving it a try. :)
I alsolove that it's a thing so old that no one can 'own' it.
I'm as surpised as you are to spot my clown working. :)
Based on the hair, that photo is a few years old. So happy to see it today. Thank you!
Fun fact: Clowns *are* characters, and thus cannot really "break" character when something goes wrong.
Our second outtake video features a bunch of different times our clowns blew it, but proudly kept going as everything crashed and burned.
Never give up. Sometimes your mistakes are new comedy being written. Other times, you at least get a blooper reel. :)
Here's a copy of the video for your direct-to-fedi viewing pleasure.
So it is official, I have my new keyboard!
A few months ago, I ordered a Ginny from gboards.ca and it arrived today.
The build is absolutely beautiful, and after a few minutes struggle I was able to bang out these words. Speed will come with practice, and I am eager to see how limiting myself to writing on a 10 ten key keyboard will affect my experience of writing...
I mean, other than speed. These first few words were brutal. :)
I re-watched the animated film *Triplets of Belleville* last night, which @naugeleh introduced me to a few years ago.
While I remembered it fondly, I had completely forgotten just how bonkers a film it actually was.
It's gorgeous, weird, and funny.
I was tinkering with a mask I've been stuck on, and I stumbled into an accidental 'technique' which gave the sculpt some lovely smooth surfaces.
I loaded up a paint brush with the solvent I use to polish them, and buffed like mad until everything looked like satin. Then, again with water, and boom...first mask progress of the new year!
I'm hoping I haven't nerfed my plasticine by using too much solvent, because I'm really liking this look.
Don't stare too long, masks get shy. :)
I've been described by reliable sources as a zen fool, benevolent super villain, misanthropic community leader, clown father figure and Impish Cabaret Rasputin.
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