Filler

I have a sore neck from staying up late stitching up a little kitten. The poor wee thing suffers from the usual problem I have which is to sew on arms which are way too long, but she doesn’t look too shabby really – definitely one of my favourite patterns I have developed so far and one which I will finally repeat. I will cut out the next one while watching The Bourne Supremacy tonight.
Because I slept through Amelia’s nap time and we have the movie to watch tonight, I have decided that this needs to be a very brief update while Big-P gives Amelia her bath. I will pad it out with a few choice links.

I &#9829 flickr while not news to anyone, I wanted to mention that Big-P and I both decided to upgrade to pro accounts and will be posting photographs with great regularity. Flickr is so great!

Pictoplasma (via Tania) contemporary character design and art. Great links and photographs and so on from a conference that took place in Berlin last October which featured such wonderful character creators as Gary Baseman, Friends with You, madreal and Rinzen. Who else would love to attend in 2006?!

ps. The Village Voice list of 100 Best Movies of the 20th C seems to have been removed. However, it can still be found here.

9 Responses to “Filler”

  1. amy@9moonsago.com

    Glad Phil is doing the reviews..I sent the link to my film student brother, cause I’m sure he’ll like that too.
    Hmm..mighty intrigued by Flickr now..I have a thing for looking at photos..pretty much any photos..That’s kinda sad. I go now.

  2. lauracarroll@hotmail.com

    Thanks for the link to the 100 list – I’d been wondering what was on it. It’s a pretty strange collection. Some of it is going to be quite hard to source in Melbourne, so good luck! Oh if you DO find a lending copy of Au Hasard Balthasar, I’d be really grateful to know where….

  3. monileigh@juno.com

    Hiya Loobylu!!!! How you be? Been a while since I have been by. How is that little bambino? Did you ever get that house you were dreaming of? Anywho, have a great weekend and hope your holidays were wunnerful!

  4. ess16ell76@yahoo.com.au

    I’m a fan of flickr too!! Have you checked out the groups? There’s one over there that another blogger has created call “contemporary textile art” drop by and check it out.

  5. susan@surreal.nu

    Being a photographer, I don’t see the huge excitement about flickr! Is it because you can organize? Because you can add tags? Because you can post with your camera phone? (I don’t have one) Because you can….??? I went through their little “tour” and still didn’t see anything THAT special about it… will someone enlighten me please?!

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