A long scarf
Having been duly assured by loika (who is amazeballs and you would do well to check her out) and several other people that it is in fact perfectly acceptable to have a giraffe smack in the middle of a picture and still post it to tumblr, here it is.
Have I mentioned that I have a twitter? (I have. You must pay more attention.) Talk to me. Talk to me me mememe.
Drops In The Ocean v2.0 (click link to read the whole comic)
Originally published in (mostly) black and white for CF2010, this is the redrawn/coloured version I did earlier this year to match all the other Boris & Lalage comics which are in colour. I won’t be printing this as a mini - might want to collect all these short stories into a bigger book some day - but I still have some of the original copies (I like how the whale sharks look in black and white more actually)
I’ll put up a store after CF, I’m struggling to finish a new comic rn T_T drawing is ok but writing is so hard, I want to be a cheesecake
Mathematical Figures - Art by Rare Minimum.
Figure 1: an illustration of a plane parallel to the base passing through a cone.
Figure 2: shows the Earth, whose diameter is 7,912 miles, represented by the globe, or sphere.
Figure 3: an illustration of the intersection of lines between a circle and its polar points.
Figure 5: demonstrates aberration - in optics, a deviation in the rays.
Figure 10: shows a number of curves belonging to the family y = Cxn.
Figure 11: shows the cardioid - it’s polar equation is r = 2a(1-cos0), “A” being the pole and “OA” the polar axis.
Figure 12: shows the refraction of light through a prism.
Wonderfully retro math illustrations! They remind me of Oliver Byrne’s illustrated version of Euclid’s Elements of Geometry, which you can tour online.