I’m sitting in a meeting for a geospatial technical group that I am a part of. Everyone at the meeting knows some fancy map-related software in depth, but we don’t all know the same things. As people present their work, I’m interested, but I can’t possibly understand all the details. How do I cope? Back in high school, I’d be doodling in the margins of my notebook. Today, I’m doodling in Inkscape, and no one minds because it’s a geek conference. So to keep myself busy, I made this owl. Enjoy.
October 13, 2012
Graphic Art: Owl
I lead two lives - one as an artist and the other as a scientist. More and more I'm finding my two worlds colliding, and it's not the disaster you might expect. View all posts by micheletobias
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