Pixelfed will be a year old in a few days.
I'm a high school dropout that has never taken any CS or computer classes.
Web development is just a hobby of mine, I work in the auto industry.
I'm so proud of this project, I never would have imagined that I could make something like this.
Thank you for helping me realize credentialism isn't so important as you think. ❤️
ME: Let's set this story in Durham even though there's no bg material in CLIP because obviously there isn't it's not even in Japan. Let's make some from old photos for the comic, it shouldn't be too bad...
Me, but 8 hours later: I'M NOT EVEN FINISHED WITH ONE SCENE WTF (I did get the lineart finished though)
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Oh, that was no analogy. That's literally what happens.
Being completely without chlorophyll, an albino tree can't photosynthesise and therefore can't produce sugars. Most of a plant's living structures are made from sugars – mostly cellulose and lignin.
The large trees in a forest produce more than they need. They share it through their roots in a process called rhizodeposition. Fungi in the soil pick up those sugars, take what they need, and share the rest with other trees. That way, there will always be healthy trees providing more sugars.
Meanwhile, the fungi break down decaying matter and harvest nitrogen from the soil, again passing on any excess to the trees.
Everything nurtures everything else. By helping other organisms to survive, they ensure that there will always be someone helping their own survival too.
took this a couple days ago, considering I don't even have a camera stand and it was a real try/fail method I think it turned out pretty well :D also i noticed i'm becoming what one might call shredded and it's pretty cool to see some results of the hard work i've put into training. #photography #photo #motorcycle
Holy shit Im dead, I thought I wasn't that bad at boxing but today's sparring with a former boxer made me reconsider. I hope there's no black eye in the morning :'D #personal
You might be asking "where's your art posts?" - despair not! Currently I'm preparing for offering select originals for sale (needless to say I have to finish some of them first), so look out for updates on that soon :) Commissions are not affected by that, I'm still taking them (more info in pinned toots or just DM me if you're lazy). Thanks for reading 💜 #artforsale
A friend introduced me to the #origami diagrams of Satoshi kamiya. In my foolishness I thought I could do the chocobo model. I don't need to say I failed big time halfway through :''D anybody got experience with it? Maybe even successful one?? Don't be shy and tell!
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