Click on thumb to see full As always, you can also go to the dedicated Al’Rashad site.
Over at Torontoist, I have written a bandwagon-jumper’s guide to the Toronto Raptors and also participated in the fact-check for the first televised Toronto mayoral debate.
This proposal for a guaranteed income is so stupid it gives me hives. Not sure if it’s the neverending libertarian fantasy that a reputation economy is somehow workable when we know it isn’t, thanks to reams and reams of experience (the net result of a reputation economy is simply that it becomes dangerous to offer […]
Hi all, Sorry about the long delay in posting. I’ve been kind of busy with my hobby of curling up under an electric blanket and sobbing at the endless cruel, frozen hell that is Minnesota winter and wondering whether this thing called “spring” is merely a delusion, something that I imagined during the fifteenth year […]
I was sitting at Snakes and Lagers a couple of days ago playing a game of Revolution! – which, it turns out, is not very good at all: it has a serious runaway leader problem in that, if you “win” a round of bidding in the right way, you are more likely to “win” the […]
…because apparently people think “greywashing” somehow sounds unethical. I don’t even know, folks. Anyway, some more samples of what shadework would look like, and I wanted a cross-section of pages here so: Click on image for larger version This is another night-time page, but I’ve lessened the shadows (we have here a 20 percent grey […]
Click on thumb to see full As always, you can also go to the dedicated Al’Rashad site. And so concludes Book Seven! Only one more book to go! We might not be the fastest, but we’re reliable.
Well, sort of. This is just a canvassing-interest post. One of the things we’ve been considering as a bonus for the collected edition of Al’Rashad – and the collected edition only – is the use of greywashing to make pages more dynamic. It’s not too complex but it can really make pages pop sometimes. As […]
– Blossom ran for five seasons, from 1991 to 1995. It was originally planned to run seven seasons, but after Perfect Strangers ran for eight seasons, the Gods of Television decided that there should not be a second “average at best, let’s be honest” sitcom that would run longer than I Love Lucy, Leave It […]