Went for a walk in the woods, got bitten by mosquitoes, found lots of interesting-looking mushrooms.

Done!

I think I could take a better picture of this if I had a working scanner or a good camera. I feel like this does look better IRL.
Anyway: this is done with alcohol based markers on rough watercolour paper.

You can tell how I miss Finland by the fact that all my abstract landscapes end up being really cold looking forests or lakes.

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Obviously WIP, but I feel like I am getting better at abstract landscapes.
This one is three times as big as my other ones and it is coming along OK-ish.
Besides, they are great fun.

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New study. Changed colours in photoshop, because the originals didn't habe much impact.

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ooops wrong version, there's a shadow missing in the former image...

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more music that's not for sale to listen to written, recorded, mixed and computer mastered by me using exclusively FOSS and foss compatible hardware pureplasticthought.bandcamp.co

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Introducing #Botober, a set of AI-generated drawing prompts for each day in October!

I generated these using GPT-3, a neural net trained on a huge amount of internet text, but not on drawing prompts specifically. (This explains a lot)

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Bonus up close look at the art and a black & white, both free for you to print out and slap on your wall if you can't afford to buy a sticker or whatever. Or if you just wanna color

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Enjoy a fanciful jet straight out of a spy novel; shown here as a pencil #sketch, #ink outline, and full #color #illustration; just in case your characters need a high-tech, high-speed getaway.

#Art #MastoArt #RPG #TTRPG

If I stare at my scanner long enough, maybe it'll install itself and scan all my new stuff... :gargron:

I can't wait for September, my favourite month of the year: it brings back memories of getting my school supplies, going back to ballet classes, and the sweet sadness of saying goodbye to Summer holidays, mixed with excitement for the new school year.

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Always cite your sources.
As Carl Sagan would say, paraphrasing Laplace in 'Théorie analytique des probabilités':
"Extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence".
Nothing makes me want to leave a page/post/book/website/blog more than a bold claim with no evidence.
Maybe what you are saying is absolutely correct, and its impact is huge, so why deprive it of its value by not citing your sources and not providing proof?

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