That's really cool. Did you do that with AppleWorks?
that's so cool!
I like it. At first glance, though, I thought it was a bunch of blobs of black (why didn't use white, are you racist?)ink. When the Queeen of you know who came and explained it to me, I was impressed. Now Knight, I know you did that all by hand, no modifications on the mac, right? (what I mean by "mac" is their computer, understand I am not speaking of the famous "mac and cheese".) Represent.
No actual ink harmed in the making of this image.Actually, it was all done with a piece of paper, some rocks, a camera and some photo-editing software (and a chess piece of course).
That is very awesome!
YOU AGAIN?! I thought we got rid of you! My plans of taking over your blog has utterly failed! Oh well maybe next time. P.S. Nice picture.
Groovy!One question:what is it withyou and chess pieces?Well, actually two questions:Was that what you were working on the other day?
what, how did you... where did you... I thought you... where did you get to post something from?
That is very creative. Everyone seems impressed and pleased. Good job!
Oh... Ebony and Ivory... sorry I couldn't help it.
He loves playing chess. He even made a chess movie.
yes.. yes... and it was a masterpiece at that.. it's amaizing what three geniuses can do when they have a camera and good lighting...
Your artwork reminds me of a quote by the great chess grandmaster, Anatoly Karpov:"Chess is everything: art, science and sport."He, I'm sure was speaking primarily about the game of chess. But within your picture we see where two art forms converge, and the inspiration that comes out of it. Well done!
Does anyone know when Foolish Knight and his family get to Portland? I'm guessing there will be more posts when they get there. Didn't know if anyone knew.
Joel,this is Knights sister we got here to Portland just a little bit ago all safe and sound about midnight. I miss everyone very much, you all mean so much to me.
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