Miley: “Dad I have something for Tanners bug collection”
my uncle: “that’s great”
Miley: “it’s a bird”
my uncle: “no its not”
They let it go and it flew away just fine, so we’re wondering how she caught it.
she caught another bird.
update: she caught a squirrel today
She is gonna rule the world one day with this power
is she half cat or something
elliotjamespence asked: Awesome, I will stay tuned and keep a lookout for the series!
aight i’ll post them soon! and thanks for your interest:)
elliotjamespence asked: Hey sorry if I already asked you this but is the original painting Andromeda for sale?
yeah you did but it took me a while to see it sorry. I already sold andromeda but I’m working on a series of them ^^
By painting or drawing, an artist—with skill, with training, and long labor—reconstructs what the eye might see. By contrast, a daguerreotype is in some sense the thing itself—the information, stored, in an instant. It was unimaginable, but there it was. The possibilities made the mind reel. Once storage began, where would it stop? An American essayist immediately connected photography to Babbage’s atmospheric library of sounds: Babbage said that every word was registered somewhere in the air, so perhaps every image, too, left its permanent mark—somewhere.
The universe, which others called a library or an album, then came to resemble a computer. Alan Turing may have noticed this first: observing that the computer, like the universe, is best seen as a collection of states, and the state of the machine at any instant leads to the state at the next instant, and thus all the future of the machine should be predictable from its initial state and its output signals.
The universe is computing its own destiny.
-James Gleick, Information: A History, A Theory, A Flood
fewki asked: You ever sell any of your canvas work?
it happens now and then
(and if you mean are they on sale yes absolutely every one)