|Pictures from Brian and Sarah's Wedding
(01 Nov 2005 at 18:33)
| I uploaded the good pictures from Brian and Sarah's wedding (see this post). You can see them here: Wedding '05
The picture above is from my first screen-printing experiment, kept secret because the object of the experiment was to create these matching 'his' and 'hers' shirts for part of my wedding gift for Brian and Sarah. These are characters from my game Escape, which Brian and Sarah have been known to play. I wanted to make them something personal, you know? As you can see, I am not a very good screen printer, but it was my first time... Thanks to Jason for showing me the ropes and loaning me some ink!
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|Thanks, Tom - our shirt-shaped tapestries came out fully functional, so Sarah & I went as dalek & hugbot on the trip down to Kaua'i, simultaneously confusing & cheesing-out fellow travelers.
|Awesome! Next step is N*SANO T shirts!
|It turns out the rope wasn't actually that useful for printing, but I thought I'd bring it anyway, in case any, you know, bottomless pits showed up.
|And an italic bold strikethrough underline YES!!!! to the idea of N*SANO shirts.
|Oh. Thanks for the rope, Jason. I thought it was just voltron guts. Now I need a very short mountain to climb.
|Hah, that's funny. No, the Voltron guts are from me (from Wikipedia knot photo fame, in fact [eg http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Highwayman%27s_hitch]) because sometimes a man just ain't got no tape. I think Jason's rope was more metaphorical, and of course it was helpful for printing!
|Thanks for showing me the rope, Tom! Now I know how to remove Voltron's appendix.
|unrelated link: http://research.microsoft.com/os/singularity/
|I don't know much about singularity except what I've heard through the grapevine. I think this kind of OS is totally the future, though. I also think that when it happens, it won't be written in C#.