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Bob scrubbin’ your blog.

Thanks bob

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A few previews from my official Marvel themed show at Mondo Gallery in Austin, TX. Opening reception is April 25th, from 7-10pm. It’s going to be a lot of fun, and I’m excited for people to finally see what I’ve been working on since November. 

For those asking about prints, they will be available through the gallery, and leftovers will most likely be made available through mondotees.com 

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Millenium Falcon in an Asteroid Field

Sir, the possibility of successfully navigating an asteroid field is approximately 3,720 to 1.” - C-3PO

Created by Mazeon

never tell me the odds

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Commissioner Gordon by David Mazzucchelli (from DC Who’s Who)

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The healthiest relationship in comics or TV.
Art by Bruce Timm (pencils/inks) & Rick Taylor (colors)
Words by Paul Dini

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COMPUTER GRAPHICS 1963 — This is an example of what is considered to be “possibly the very first computer graphics film ever.” In 1963, AT&T (aka, Ma Bell) was heavily involved in satellite research after launching Telstar a year before. Bell Systems researcher Edward E. Zajac was interested in simulating the movement of a box-like satellite with two gyroscopes within, recreating the flight dynamics (pitch, roll, yaw) of moving through orbital space. According to AT&T: “Zajac programmed the calculations in FORTRAN, then used a program written by Zajac’s colleague, Frank Sinden, called ORBIT. The original computations were fed into the computer via punch cards, then the output was printed onto microfilm using the General Dynamics Electronics Stromberg-Carlson 4020 microfilm recorder. All computer processing was done on an IBM 7090 or 7094 series computer.”

(AT&T Tech Channel)

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