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Summer Business

With a bright candy-cane stripe winding around its exterior, the lighthouse, set atop a little rise of sandy scrub, was as easy to spot as it was postcard-pretty. 981 more words



OK, I admit it. The only reason I went to Saint-Sulpice was because of The Da Vinci Code. As per the movie, the Church of Saint-Sulpice was built on the “Rose Line” or the world’s first prime meridian. 110 more words



Thales was the first of three philosophers of the Milesian School. The second one was Anaximander.  He is much more interesting than Thales. A lot of achievements are ascribed to him, namely the publishing of the first map of the world, the creation of the first mechanistic model of the world, and other considerable accomplishments about which we will talk below. 867 more words

Milesian School

Life drawing at Titmouse studios

During the end of the school year, the high school animation teacher reccomended me to go to Titmouse studios for one of their uninstructed life drawing sessions. 200 more words


Sonic The Hedgehog

I had a lot of fun modeling Sonic and the biggest reason is because my very first sculpt I ever turned in for Gnomon was a head of Toon Link from The Legend of Zelda (I will never show haha), to which I think I failed at. 29 more words


Syncing your Sundial

Don’t forget to set your clocks back as Daylight Saving Time has ended. We are back to regular time. See Clock Change Time for a post that I wrote earlier this year about the time change. 250 more words