Mine is a dot grid too. I'm not artistic and basically write text, so I could have gone with lines. But I still find the grids are great.
A ruler is definitely a must.
Today, I'd like to ask a question.
Why is it that, when you imagine the European middle ages, you think of mud-covered illiterates who don't know what cats look like? Why are the middle ages a period of violence, ignorance, and poverty, a "dark ages" where little of note took place, and the periods that follow aren't?
I've got a few of those items coming up myself.
Be easy to get your stair exercises in.
Now playing: Omake Side A, by Konpeito
I’ve been sick since Thursday this week. It’s not very often that I’m stricken down with the Common Cold but it’s happened this year and has knocked me for six. So Lisabet drove us around some gorgeous scenery to get my nature fix https://www.iancylkowski.com/blog/2020/1/12/a-car-drive-around-the-dales
I demand you return the key to my house.
There's no sound to that but I can still hear the explosion in my head!
You've gotten a lot of responses already, but here's another practical one.
If you sweat under your coat and wear a scarf, you only have to wash the scarf. Much more practical than washing the whole jacket.
I agree with all this. I've really enjoyed how they've kept human nature consistent in their writing across the seasons.
The only thing I wish they would do is the no-sound-effects-in-space realism that Firefly did.
This is a really awesome design and cool to see it all come together.
Also a possibility: you don't make enough money per hour.
Let's not assume that everyone working crazy hours is paid well.
New Hampshire native, early millennial acupuncturist.
"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