Kamiya Satoshi’s Pegasus, folded from a square from A4 standard paper (21x21 cm square). The model is about 8 cm long. Satoshi suggests 25x25 paper, which obviously must be thinner than 80g/m^2. But the model itself is wonderful, although my rendition of may not be worth of it.
PS: Shame on me, for not rendering the head as it must be done (à la Dave Brill’s horse). Well, next time, with bigger paper :)
As you may already know, I enjoy a lot drawing. I usually draw with some kind of mechanical pencil, of HB strength (or one for film writing which is stronger than 3H). As I try to improve the quality of my drawings, I begin to wonder if I really like to draw really well. Yes, I’d like to be able to draw perfect faces, but probably I’ll be as happy being able to sketch a face that looks like the original one.
What could I say about this movie? Definitely the best science fiction film of all time. A funny sentence Leon said Deckard before dying:
My birthday is April 10, 2017. How long do I live?
More than you. Painful to live in fear, isn’t it? Nothing is worse than having an itch you can never scratch.
Oh, I agree.
Wake up! Time to die.
A month or so ago I went to Cafes El Magnífico (sadly doesn’t work with Firefox), a nice coffee dealer near the cathedral to buy me some good coffee. Cristina wanted also some tea, and in front of C.E.M there is Sans & Sans Fine Tea, so it is the perfect place for us. I bought 250g of coffee from Java, an island in Indonesia. They told me it is good with milk and also alone, and indeed it is.
From 5 November to 9 November took place the (second) Fall School in Holomorphic Dynamics. Three fine speakers came (Walter Bergweiler, Agnieszka Badenska and Kari Astala), each one giving a course about a different topic in 3 sessions of one hour and a half. The only course I completed was the one Walter was giving, as it was the most interesting for me.
I talked on monday afternoon, but my talk was a mess.