Added 1 new A* page:Crazy perspective aside, I had some fun with a few ink washy things on this page. I'd erased the desk a lot (and the figure, but not as much as the darn desk which didn't seem to want to sit right and still technically isn't but for some reason I liked it that way so whatever), to the point that the paper under it was getting sort of worn and knobby--so when I painted in that area, it easily gave the kind of scumbled look you usually only get with a very dry brush. And then I painted a dark-to-light wash across the left side, but thought I'd see if I could get actual drops of water to run along it if I held the page up sideways; I got one--I had to load it up pretty heavy--and for a while it was cruising straight toward Selenis' head; I was thinking I was going to have to dam it off with my hand when it very conveniently stopped above the terminal, where I smushed it into a nice big gray area. Ink wash is fun sometimes!|
A friend tipped me off to a pretty cool time-lapse video of the Milky Way revolving over the Atacama Large Millimeter Array in the high Chilean desert, which came online earlier this year (I wrote about it last month); this video of some of the ALMA radio telescopes was made by Josť Francisco Salgado in June of 2010:
If you like that video you might also like the second one in this news post from September, which is taken from another array in Chile--the Very Large Telescope ("VLT").
Episode 14 will end next Monday, I think (toldja it was a short one)! So I gotta get started on the full final draft of the script for episode 15...which I think I'll do right after I'm done posting this.