Content Updates, Personal It’s been a while . . .

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After a few months of downtime, I’ve added new stuff to the gallery.  ‘Prometheus’ is finally photographed and viewable here.  The main thing holding me up lately has been a broken hand.  Don’t ever get angry and put your fist through furniture.  I do not at all recommend it.

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Content Updates More new things

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I’ve put three more sculptures up on the gallery.  The ‘Sauron Bunny’, the ‘Raspberry’ and and untitled and unfinished piece tagged ‘Gargoyle’ for now. Check ’em all out here.

Admin Hooray for spam filtering.

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After a few dramas, I’ve put spam filtering on the blog.  So maybe now I won’t have quite so many notifications in my inbox.  Hurrah.

I’ve also started putting up galleries on the re-vamped Black pepper.  Many kudos to Dan for getting that thing to fly.

Content Updates New Sculpture

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With photographic assistence from the wonderful Roz, there are now some new images in the gallery.  ‘Trust’ has been recently completed, and “I’m living in the 70’s” has been around for a little while now, waiting for it’s moment in the spotlight.

It’s thundering a gale outside right now, which makes me feel better about whiling away time in front of the PC.

Content Updates More old school stuff

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Well, I’m back from Tas and while I was there found a couple of oldies that have miraculously survived this long.  ‘Beggar’ and ‘Hawaiian Holiday’ have been added to the gallery page.  Apologies for the grainy photos.  I took them with my phone.

Hopefully I’ll have some NEW stuff to add soon . . .

Personal Things to do in Tasmania

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Hi all.

I’m in Tasmania again, on one of my regular visits.  That means lots of time to tinker online, even if it is via dialup.

I’m trying to teach myself about RSS feeds.  It occurs to me I could use one (I think) to feed posts here over to my old Livejournal, which is now collecting whatever the online equivalent of dust is.  I’m discovering though that it’s hard to teach yourself when you know absolutely nothing to start with.

I went to a hippy Christian yokel wedding yesterday.  The happy couple got married in a paddock full of dung, after being reminded of the purposes for which God created marriage, to whit “The bringing fourth of children into a well-ordered society”.  Then the reception at a nearby church hall turned into a good old-fashioned hoe-down.  I wish I was making this up. . .

Worse still, the whole thing was overrun with two or three dozen shrieking demonic homonculi who’s parents were in most cases my age or younger.  And I had to deal with the indulgent and slightly amused pity of young Christians who won’t believe that I’m happy or complete until I find Jesus and a wife, all in the same week.  Ok, possibly I’m just imagining it.  Possibly.

It must be said the catering was first class.

Oh well, here’s to Benny and Rachel, and to all the different ways that people can find happiness.

The annoying part is that I’m not necessarily happy or complete.  But that is incidental.  Hmm . . . .

On something of a tangent, I’m disturbed to report that the online etymological dictionary
doesn’t have a reference for ‘homonculus’.  It’s one of my favorite words too.

I’m missing the studio.

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Studio More odd jobs

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Tonight, I’ll be handing over a couple of pairs of antlers I made for a friend to wear to Winterfest.  Precision carved from styrofoam and EVA.  I find myself doing the oddest jobs.

Content Updates More updates and Black Pepper

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I’ve added a couple of links to the links page. Hurrah.

More excitingly, I’m now a moderator on Black Pepper, the latest brainchild of the amazing Dan.  Check it out!

Content Updates More images in the Sideshow

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Here are another nine scans of the illustrations for ‘Girls’

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Website Updates Fixed a few bits

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I’ve added corrections to all the links on the main site now – I think, especially the contact button at the top of the page, which now points to the contact form.