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AI: Show Us Your Goods

With the recent upgrade of our commenting system comes a pretty fantastic opportunity. You, dear reader, can now log in using any number of programs including, but not limited to, Facebook, Twitter, G+, Steam & OpenID. But even better, you can now post images in the comments. We can have some real fun with this, gang. So let's start off with some sharing. The featured image today is a snapshot of one of the drawings that I'm working on right now.

What do you do? What does your art look like? What kind of science do you do? What skeptical projects are you working on? Show us in the comments! Post a picture of what you're doing.

(You have to use a hosting site to post an image. I'm using Imgur, but feel free to use whatever service you like)

Brian George

Brian George is an illustrator and designer who lives and works in Brooklyn, New York. In his spare time he makes videos of Spirograph drawings and complains about doing laundry. Website: Twitter: @brianggeorge Insta: @brianggeorge If you're into what I'm doing, feel free to throw down a bit in my tipjar here: @brianggeorge

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    This is what I'm doing and I just used a similar image to make new business cards. I was making tiles until the kiln ate them. I will start from scratch again on those later tonight. Oh process… it's good that I love you.

  2. This is what I do:
    Leather Dragon
    This piece is a couple of years old now, but was recently 'added to the internet', so it was handy.
    Carved and dyed vegetable tanned leather (this pattern, however, is not mine).
    I am excited to see all the cool new things that will spring out of this new feature!

  3. This is the last sculpture I made. Should be starting a new one soon. 
    The Horizon, 2011
    Stainless Steel, brass, black plastic 
    12”x 84” x 48”

  4. Beard of Odin, this is SO MUCH AWESOME!  I usually get to see what the contributors are up to, but it's rare I get a look at what other commenters do — more posts, please! Nothing proper on the drawing table at the mo, but here's some sketches done up this week after reading an article on the latest fossil evidence for dinosaur colours (iridescence in Microraptor feathers, this time).  I really don't know a damn thing about dino anatomy, but hopefully 'bird with lizard head' isn't too far off. 

  5. Love it QuarkSparrow and I love everyone elses stuff too! We are a kick-ass science-art-makin' group.
    I felt like I had to accomplish something positive tonight so I just finished this new design:
    Ammonite necklace
    I can has braids? Yes.

  6. I do a little bit of everything, here's a cute little something for you.

  7. I love everyone's art! We should have one of these threads every week or two so readers can post new things!
    I'll post something as soon as I figure out why it's not working for me right now…

  8. My photography is mostly screenshots. Here's one I took of my Starbucks app when it decided that the closest place to Naperville, Il that I could get an iced Skinny Soy Caramel Macchiato was in Kuala Limpur. 

  9. I promised Amy that I'd post one of my songs to mix things up.  On our podcast we've started a monthly "Skeptical Song Challenge."  This month's theme was alcohol and St. Patrick's Day.  Here's a link to the MP3 of my song & a link to the episode where we discuss our song process and premire the songs (starts around 48:00).  Enjoy!
    Episode Link (or go download episode 049 on iTunes):

  10. What spectacular timing for this thread! I love everything posted so far!
    I'm finishing up my BFA in Studio Arts with a concentration in Drawing. Looking to get my MFA in Painting. I love ball point pens, watercolor, and oil paint. My tumblr has several of my pieces. But I thought these would be of particular interest. These are pieces from my Star Stuff series (and they just got finished last week.) They're watercolor, ball point pen & ink.

  11. I make jewelry based on Fractals:
    Sierpinski Triangle:

    Koch Snowflake: 

    Dragon Curve: 

    I enjoy making them, and they give me a creative outlet I didn't know I had. As an added bonus I've been able to successfully sell them, which makes me furiously happy.

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