My babies from Dayna I revamped Vitus a little bit, added a couple things and shifted the palette colors a little more. I love these cuties so much. Trying to figure out a third for them as a not Dreamy to be their caretaker or something.
If you’d like to hear more about them let me know u v u I’m open to rp with them if anyone is interested.
Another adopt, a quad thingymajiggy I got. He’s a wolf thing? maybe? His toenails glow n’ his name is Samrein.
I imagine he lives in some deep heavily forested wood where everything is covered in moss and there’s mushrooms all over the places and he’s like a guardian or spirit guide for the forest. He prolly helps lost children or something. idk.
Tried a different method for his anatomy from the last one. Instead of guessing I actually plotted down circles first and moved from there. His nose ended up really big. idk if that’s his final face shape.
This is my sweet pawbird baby Caerif. uvu He looks so suave and smart here. He’s not. He is smart, but far far far from suave. He’s cute, and he bounces around when he get’s excited. And he loves tea. uvu He likes to mess with potions and ingrediants and magic, but he’s better with potions than spells. He also likes gardening. uvu
Mass MoCA was super fun. Loved some of the installations a bunch, especially The Octagon Room, Xu Bing - Pheonix, and everything in the Boilery building.
Also liked Sol LeWitt’s middle career work on the second floor and Jason Middlebrook’s My Landscape.
I had been super excited when I heard about Love to Love You, which was about fandom and works inspired and derived from other media; from fans. I felt kind of let down from it. It was a relatively small exhibit and the premise of what they were doing was good, I just wasn’t impressed.
Absolutely loved Mark Dion’s The Octagon Room. It was gorgeous and interesting and you were allowed to go and explore so long as you didn’t mess up how things were arranged or take anything. It was like being dropped into an old house and being allowed to freely explore every nook and cranny. I opened boxes, cabinets, drawers and chests, amused myself with the things I found even if they weren’t super special. I almost wish I had something fitting to have left behind, hidden in one of many nooks.
Mr. Deer up there was one of four and his black treatment extended to him and two hidden things in the room. Great installation. I could have spent much longer in there than I did.
Also found some great colors and textures that are definitely inspiring!