I'll plot your drawing
these are the colors and types of paper and pens I have!
gel pens: black, cyan, red, purple, pink, blue, green.
sharpies: grey, pink, purple, purple2, salmon, yellow, blue, sand.
paper types: white graph paper, yellow graph paper, neon green, heavy off-white, copy paper, speckled off-white.
it'll plot very well if it mostly fits in this box: https://hecanjog.com/calibrate.svg
I'll plot your drawing
Here's a couple examples: the lighter paper is sticker paper and is the color of normal copy paper... it's sitting on top of of one of the paper options. The pens used are purple & blue on the sticker paper & cyan on the off-white paper.
Also I should say the offer extends to anywhere I'm able to send mail to from the US and I'm not charging for this...
These local plums are delicious.
If I'm remembering the varieties posted at the grocery store right, these both were developed by the University of Minnesota: https://extension.umn.edu/fruit/growing-stone-fruits-home-garden#plums-682262
The reddish one is I think the 1920 Underwood variety, and I think the yellow one is the 1923 LaCrescent variety.
The pink one is an eraser for size comparison. :-)
Also got some nice takes this morning for a different project recording at a very foggy riverside.
Mixing the cassette recording on top of the binaural recording sounds pretty nice.
Here's an excerpt from behind a little brick structure where river monitoring equipment is stored to block out the wind a bit. (The reflections off the brick are a little more audible in the raw binaural recording...)
freeform & generative web radio
Reworked the Aleatoric Forest homepage tonight so you can see what is going on at the moment on the freeform channels.
Looks like they took press photos already. Here's the cast & stage. (With bubbles looking extremely underwhelming because it's just a photo.)
a cat story
Louis and I took a trip to the river together yesterday.
It's only two blocks away, but he gets really nervous around cars (probably good!) and so I have to carry him most of the two blocks while he tries to burrow into my chest every time a car passes... so we went a little before 5am yesterday just as the sun was rising. Still too much car traffic for him tho... but he was a brave guy.
Here's a photo of him standing outside the yoga studio below my apartment, and a photo of him trying to chill in a patch of grass near the river. (He was a little too nervous to venture any further, so we hung out for an hour then went home.)
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