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Amaryllis Graybill
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I'm a mad scientist trapped in an artist's body.
I'm a mad scientist trapped in an artist's body.

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Charles Csuri's Hummingbird: Early Computer Animation
So I'm currently taking a beginning electronic art class that's 'teaching' me the basics of Photoshop, 123D Make, and some other Adobe and Autodesk software. I say 'teaching' because I'm already familiar with the basics of the software, but there are always...

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A Girl From Hell, Chapter 4
Jack woke up the next morning to more sunlight than he really wanted. “Go ‘way,” he said, waving an arm at the person that had just thrown his curtains open. “Wake up!” a voice hissed in his ear. Jack squealed and jumped out from under the covers. “That’s b...

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The Dojo, Part 1
Please click to enlarge. See the start of this storyline here.

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Strange Darkness


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A Girl From Hell, Chapter 3
Nothing new! See the first chapter for the disclaimer. XXxxxXX The girl stomped around Jack’s lair, glaring at the ground. Jack sat on a stool, welding together the pieces of his robots that remained. The girl stopped in front of a damaged robot head. “Can ...

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Jack Spicer: An Evil Boy Genius, An Evil Inspiration
Jack Spicer from Xiaolin Showdown, a clip from the TV show My bestest boyfriend in the whole world got me the perfect Christmas present this year: Season 1 of Xiaolin Showdown on DVD. This is a show that aired around the time that I was ten to thirteen. I l...

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A Meeting


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Mail Day


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The Japanese Inro and Netsuke
Today, I'm going to take a look at the ancient Japanese pill case/wallet: the Inro, as well as the button that holds the inro on the obi (sash): the Netsuke. This article is a little more technical than my usual posts, so bear with me. And, as with my last ...

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Fun with CSS3
I went through a revamp of my website, NinjaObsessed.com , about a year ago. The design was getting a bit stale for my tastes and didn't have the flair that other sites have. The organization of my HTML had gotten pretty out of hand, too, from all the edits...
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