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Category Archives: Travel
Nothing like some juicy ruins to get your emo on. We drove out to Muttontown (which, despite that quaint moniker is quite the posh North Shore town–when you’ve got like, five equestrian centers in a two-mile radius, you’re not mutton … Continue reading
When it comes to 2D work, I find that people are either line or color people. It’s a stuffy distinction going way way back for centuries, but I think it’s true. NRM is a painting (color) person; me, I’m definitely a … Continue reading
I don’t know why I remember it this way, but years ago, on the Rue de Bouchers in Brussels, I recall the quality of light at dusk with all the little cafe lights strung between the buildings. I think I’m a … Continue reading
Amy and Nate make excellent pyrotechnic sychronized swimmers. Jimmy and Jon are the support crew in the back.
Care holds the baby… …And then I hold the baby.
Playing keep-away. Did I mention that their team names were “Sting Ray” and “Emo Mackerel”? And that those took serious discussion?