San Seriffe

I had exactly two minutes of free time today to google something my printing teacher suggested that I ought to google, on account of some imaginary type of work I’m maybe going to do, after I become at least a little more competent at using the machines and whatnot. Of course, it’s not necessarily going to be very original work, since about 20,000 other artists already do a similar kind of thing, although I didn’t know that when I started doing it back in the Paleozoic era of my childhood. Anyhow, here’s the result of my brief search: San Seriffe, which I think was the thing I was supposed to find. Meanwhile, I have to go and cover some boxes for binding class (hope they’re eventually not as crooked as they were last week), plus maybe, maybe draw something. Feels like it was about 400 years ago since the last time I did that. I think I remember that the pointy end of the pencil’s the one you use for making marks, but I could be completely wrong, as usual. I guess we’ll see, if and when I get two more free minutes.

This entry was posted in history, random thoughts and tagged . Bookmark the permalink.