Really, really delicious stuff. Shit, now I'm hungry.BrainWalker wrote:Umm... I bake stuff on occasion. Like, cookies and brownies and cheesecakes and what have you. Fun stuff. Really ought to do it more often, but... so lazy.
Abstract magic! We ganked your forum for a bit.BrainWalker wrote:Also, waaaaaaaaaaaay back in the day, I almost started a fantasy webcomic with a good buddy of mine, but I was too schizophrenic and/or indecisive to nail down any concrete details and it never got off the ground. I got further designing it's website than with the actual comic.
That's the fun of it! I mean, if you're a puzzle game fan, like me...BrainWalker wrote:I should get back into some web design. It's fun, when it works. But the problem with programming, even in relatively simple stuff like HTML, CSS and XML, is it never works. Programming is like, 20% programming, and 80% troubleshooting. At least for an amateur.
http://www.trendhunter.com/trends/tattoo-rulerBrainWalker wrote:... I'm actually a little tempted to derail this thread with a discussion on tattoos.
Besyanteo wrote:I have more moles than any human being has any right to have, including one on the palm of my left hand, one on the inside of my ear, and other weird locations. Also, I can take a pen and connect some on my cheek for a decent looking Lambda symbol.
PriamNevhausten wrote:That almost works, except that you have designers who invent plans, and then metalworkers/jewelers/sculptors/architects who actually assemble plans. Designers don't necessarily work with the final materials of a piece.
PriamNevhausten wrote:As an aside, consider what changes in your brain between reading "3D objects" and reading "three-dimensional objects."
PriamNevhausten wrote:I also know a bunch of art people who would be offended if they were told that design is the same thing as art. The distinction eludes me somewhat, but I've had a fairly sizable number of design-related courses and art-related courses lately and the difference seems clear to both camps, so I guess they can have it.
pd Rydia wrote:I think the issue is that design and crafts are associated with being created with the primary intent of usefulness, the secondary intent of aesthetics. "Art" is associated with a sort of "purity" of aesthetics.
Capntastic wrote:And even this is a modern concept, if I recall correct.
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