Tuesday, April 20, 2010
And here's a movie that's pretty cool too! Kind on the same idea as the picture above:
Of course most importantly... Here are the renders of what I've been working on for my Computer Graphics Class... I think they're not half bad!
And Finally... Just because it worked, and my entire FHE and Kendall joined in: here's proof:
Hope you guys have enjoyed! (Most all of these pictures were found on http://www.ffffound.com)
Saturday, April 10, 2010
Kills the pain (and the liver)
When I’m not sketching light cones on a spacetime plot, I keep myself entertained with two things; psychoactive stimulants, and food. Since I’m pretty sure Nick isn’t too big on the first thing, I guess I’ll talk about the second thing.
Some molecules are more equal than others.
Food is like most things in life; you take it for granted until you don’t have it. Plus, you can also die if you don't have it, so it's a bit of a double whammy. It’s also interesting that as starving sensations increase, foods that normally don’t look edible begin to look extremely appetizing.
On the opposite end of the spectrum, sometimes people enjoy food too much. Don't get me wrong, I'm all for eating. Every meal is a personal challenge to see how much food I can shove into my stomach. After the third or fourth Whopper, though, the stomach tends to retaliate. But if you eat way too much food, it tends to show. And with some people, it shows so much that you wonder why they don't hibernate for 4 or 5 years until they can actually get out of bed and walk to Burger King.
Pictured: Pre-hibernation James
Some foods are more accepted in different places. You’d be hard pressed to find a place that serves grilled sea lion in Colorado, and most Americans have never even heard of poutine. It’s really a shame, sea lion has such marvellous flavour.
Poutine is known to induce tonguasms as well
Anyway, I myself am currently starving, and I can only hope that I can fall asleep despite this still present headache, and have dreams of juicy sea lion steaks. Peace.