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21 - 10-01-2017, 01:49 AM
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Housework and gardening. Started prepping a bit. Mostly food and basic supplies if I can't go to the store for a few weeks for some reason like civil unrest or whatever.
Piotrr has become a really good photographer.
 
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my buddy and i wrote a book this spring
now we're working on a second
 
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Been into painting for the last few months (watercolor).

Very therapeutic and relaxing.
 
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art is for liberal ******s
 
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refinishing old furniture, old cars, do a little artwork now and then, mostly in pencil or charcoal. Mess around with landscaping a bit here and there
 
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i build the best ****in houses in the sims 3 you dont even know
 
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Dad is/was professional photographer so dabbled in that for awhile, did some music and tried to learn photoshopping.

nowdays it's just occasional tags under railroad bridges. Been contemplating on writing something down, but end up thinking that I really don't have anything to say to anyone. Should prolly do it just for myself like a diary or so.
 
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Running/hiking
Photography/Photoshop
Playing piano
 
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Music is taking over my life. I've become a pretty good guitarist and now I'm making a more determined effort toward becoming an actual musician. I've also been working on my singing voice. Singing well is ****ing hard and takes more practice than I thought it would (considering I've been singing to myself all my life), but it's really gratifying to make recordings that sound half-decent. Songwriting is the next step.
 
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fingerpainting with my jizz on dead girls bodies
 
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my buddy and i wrote a book this spring
now we're working on a second
cool. about what
 
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AutoCAD and SketchUp for various furniture projects. Photoshop and Illustrator for keyboard projects. I'm trying to learn Eagle so I can design the PCB for a custom keyboard I've been tinkering with. Also building firearms from hand-selected parts has been taking a lot of my time lately.

I want to read the Lagbar book.
 
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its a short novel (like 65k words) about an epidemic hitting japan ala 28 days later

its in editing r now

once its done i'll link it and u guys can buy it on your kindles and whatnot and help fund my descent into alcoholism
 
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Sounds cool. How long did it take you to write?
 
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between the two of us, we probably dicked around with it for 4 or 5 months before completing it in may

we decided to step away from it over the summer and we just recently started editing it. once thats finished its off to get published.
 
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Face-swapping is very creative and gets the juices flowing. I put faces of people I know onto nudes.
 
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between the two of us, we probably dicked around with it for 4 or 5 months before completing it in may

we decided to step away from it over the summer and we just recently started editing it. once thats finished its off to get published.
Excellent. I'd like to read it when you get done
 
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generally I am inept and not creative

I write silly rhymes sometimes
 
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Mostly now I apply creativity to functional things, like drawing something I'm going to build, then building it. I use to paint, and have drawn, and done a few mini's etc.

Last weekend I got a request to do some quick DnD maps that were not too 'dark'. So I did 4 in 1.5 hours. It was about process, speed, and getting it finished.









Currently building some timber shelves in the garage off a sketch I did last month.

Did some quake mapping, and textures years ago. Also did 'sigs' for players and 'weblogos' for local lans/clans.. free and fast. Did a couple skins. But I'm just a hack, not a pro artist.
 
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