Antiquity Statues Recolored (4/??)

Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3 are in the links.

The fourth part of my “Antiquity Statues Recolored” project, with the mindset to 1) avoid modern color-schemes of pastels/neutrals, while I figure out what colors the original paint-remnants would have been, and 2) make the outfits look like PEOPLE WANT TO WEAR THEM in real life.

This is the last of my update-binging, since I now have to clean up the Augustus statue’s recolor for a final “blank statue, paint-remnant, and possible color restoration” comparison, and then I’ll figure out which statue to work on next. So many eye-bleeding color choices, so little time.

On the other hand, the content wouldn’t be nearly as spread out, since I won’t have to screenshot as much of my photo-manipulation progress so people know what I’m experimenting with in Glimpse.

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Antiquity Statues Recolored (1/??)

Hey, folks, here’s a sudden left-turn that’s based off my Facebook musings! I posted this today (July 11), but I dated it for July 6, since that’s when my first Facebook status was posted, lol.

Much of this is copied and pasted from my Facebook and Tumblr posts. Part 2, Part 3, and Part 4 are here.

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Updates to a work-in-progress!

Hey there folks, I recently sent out an update to my work-in-progress, Moonflowers! According to the dates between the last chapter and the newest one, I got distracted by both The Crocodile God and the pandemic for about… five years total. YIKES. Click the link to Moonflowers here! For those who have read The Crocodile […]

Vibranium – Draft 2

Edit, October 26, 2020: Hey folks, I needed to tweak a detail because I forgot about the inflation from 1918 currency. Poem has been tweaked! — Hey there, folks! I did a new draft of “Vibranium” last week because I’m working with a school who wants to get more diversity into creative writing! VibraniumIn Chicago’s […]

MAUI – draft 2

Hey, folks! Here’s the edits to MAUI, since I edited it for the video I sent off over the weekend. Bathala Maykapal likes to talk about his youth            For the gods have not told stories in five hundred years. And I like to listen            For I am sick of Catholicism            And its rules            And its […]


One of my friends let me know about a virtual performance event she’s holding, so I edited some poems from “Elegies to the Anito,” recorded them on my phone, and sent them off today. The five-hour wait to upload the videos and process them in Google Drive was NOT fun, though. Started at 7ish pm, […]