Hey everyone, I’m at Norwescon this weekend. Come say hi!
Ouch, my ovaries.
I don’t normally reblog non-art things. This is actually tangentially related to a new piece I’m going to unveil at the Norwescon Art Show next weekend. Can you guess?
OMG WHAT DID I DO!?
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I LEARNED A THING
New favorite film genre: Scarlett Johansson destroying people.
Also, #eccc was on my birthday, so I got a bunch of cephalopod sketches and cards signed by their respective artists!The artists, starting at the top left going clockwise, areamytfalcone@erikamoenabby-howardandmeglyman.
My birthday was the week before… but we both got a Meg Lyman! Woo!
Happy Birthday to both of you! Thanks for coming by… thanks to you (ALL of you) I had a wonderful ECCC. What a great bunch of folks!
The Cuttlefish - The Kings of Camouflage (PBS/Nova)
The cuttlefish can change its color, pattern, shape, and texture on command to blend into their environs, communicate with other cuttlefish, and to threaten potential predators. They can also produce undulating lights to confuse their prey. These cephalopods are considered among the most intelligent invertebrates.