January 6th, 2005

breeden

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Last night, I was finishing a commission. Literally finishing--final touches on the wing feathers (it's a pegasus for my local UPS store) and I was gonna be done. I've been fooling with it off and on for most of the holidays, so there was a lot of work went into it, much of it slog work.

And Painter generated an error that in years of using Painter I've never seen before--"Tile: Out of Tiles"--and died. And took the file down with it.
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breeden

(no subject)

Last night, I was finishing a commission. Literally finishing–final touches on the wing feathers (it’s a pegasus for my local UPS store) and I was gonna be done. I’ve been fooling with it off and on for most of the holidays, so there was a lot of work went into it, much of it slog work.

And Painter generated an error that in years of using Painter I’ve never seen before–”Tile: Out of Tiles”–and died. And took the file down with it.

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Originally published at Tea with the Squash God. You can comment here or there.

breeden

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Must...paint...cute!* Must paint cute until it burrrrrnsss!

Aversion therapy painting #1:

http://www.deviantart.com/deviation/13869654/



*The theory being that doing a number of cute quick pieces under duress will make me so noxiously sick of cute I will flee gratefully back to painting Gearworld pieces rather than lapse into a diabetic coma. We'll see if it works.

Edit: Let the record show that guinea is obviously more popular than I realized. While not quite the five minute sale of "Mouse, Poncho, Chicken," (still the champion!) that was still a seriously fast turnaround. Man. Obviously guinea fowl is where it's at!
breeden

(no subject)

Must…paint…cute!* Must paint cute until it burrrrrnsss!

Aversion therapy painting #1:

http://www.deviantart.com/deviation/13869654/

*The theory being that doing a number of cute quick pieces under duress will make me so noxiously sick of cute I will flee gratefully back to painting Gearworld pieces rather than lapse into a diabetic coma. We’ll see if it works.

Edit: Let the record show that guinea is obviously more popular than I realized. While not quite the five minute sale of “Mouse, Poncho, Chicken,” (still the champion!) that was still a seriously fast turnaround. Man. Obviously guinea fowl is where it’s at!

Originally published at Tea with the Squash God. You can comment here or there.