I like being able to go from "hmm, flying toasters" to "I liked After Dark screensavers!" to getting an emulator and rendering several screenshots to having several large posters on my bedroom wall in a few hours.
"How many are in there?"
"Oh, you know, half."
I think IKEA has gotten queerer since the last time I was here.
(This is emphatically not a complaint.)
(Not pictured: several queer-coded groups, including one woman with a shirt reading "could not be any gayer".)
New poster day! Quite happy with these, particularly as my first foray into Processing(.org).
It is now a federated federated crane.
Really happy with how these turned out, given that they were taken on a whim when I looked out my window.
Atkinson dithering on thermal paper is very my aesthetic, even without color.
Apparently the purple I picked for part of my Halloween lights includes enough ultraviolet to make my dish soap fluoresce. Adds to the mood every time I see it out of the corner of my eye.
Really happy with how this turned out. (Cambridge across the Charles River at sunset.)
This is my mech, THUNDERING HERD.
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Implemented (enough of) `CBLC` and `CBDT` to extract images given a glyph ID. Looks like I need to implement `GSUB` next to be able to actually pull any multi-codepoint glyphs out, and since that's most of what I want, I guess that'll happen... later. When I'm more rested.
You win for tonight, OpenType.
(Attached: a diagram of GSUB's features. 😬)
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