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Latest Creative Works
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Wasn’t sure I wanted to post this, but in the end decided it is at least a little bit interesting. This was created as a new Twitter profile picture for Lenely, both to update her profile pic to her new model and to better reflect her current roleplay status. Her jacket is a piece from … MORE “[Render] A New Profile Pic For Lenely”
My statement on Funcom’s smiley-face pasties. Not sure if I want to post this on Twitter or not.
Because I had the costume and it seemed like fun, I present Lenely as Red Sonja: And just for fun, a followup with just some slight alterations to make Len look more like Sonja, and no post-processing:
He had been poised looking through the scope of the rifle for 10 minutes. He had barely moved during that time, waiting on something outside to happen; his lack of attention or motion making it clear that he wasn’t at all concerned with what happened in the room behind him. Souhi waited in a chair … MORE “Curved Space”
Subject: Pages from The Confession of Edward Phillips Harris, c. 1922. Media: Pen on paper. Containment: Pages individually encased in Lucite and locked in storage box. Classification: Extremely Hazardous. Do not remove. Do not destroy. *** The priest is insistent. He keeps asking if the story is true. As if truth is the sole way … MORE “Phobos”
After a several minutes of wandering around the large building staring at signs he could not read, the well-dressed gentleman was happy to see the information desk, and he approached the dark-skinned woman standing behind the counter. “I’m sorry.” He began, speaking slowly. “Could you help me with something?” “Of course. “ The woman replied … MORE “Ordinal Numbers”