Fun fact: the earliest museum curator we know about was a woman, Princess Ennigaldi of Ur, whose museum catalogued artifacts from earlier Babylonian and surrounding cultures. Her father, King Nabonidus, was the first known archaeologist.
Ennigaldi, who lived in the mid-6th century BCE, meticulously labeled each item in her museum - in three languages! - and took great care to preserve them; some of her collection dated back at least 1500 years.
Five or So Questions On Return to the Stars
Yaaaasssss! Next part is doing a mandala behind it, but I'll do that later :) #MastoArt
I'm always aiming for neater, cleaner, steadier lines. I sometimes have a bit of a tremor in my hand, and sometimes feel a kind of 'disconnect' between my hand and brain while I'm drawing - slowing down helps combat both. In the immortal words of Simon & Garfunkel - 'Slow down, you move too fast; you gotta make the moment last!' 😁 Pretty happy with these lines so far. #MastoArt
dang it Google+ you had one job. I know everyone keeps calling it a ghost town, but that several thousand users everyone dismisses were mostly tabletop #RPG nerds talking about our games.
"I appreciate SDF but it's a general-purpose server and the name doesn't make it obvious that it's about art." - Eugen Rochko