i finished the blasphemous game this weekend, the world and the story are really interesting, but the art is so amazing that i can't stop thinking about it. it makes me want to go and learn making pixel art. i would play it again right away just to look at the breathtaking sceneries and phenomenal color schemes.

i went mushroom hunting for the first time since i started to like eating mushrooms. it is so much more interesting activity when i actually intend to eat what i find. i would go again right now.

one of my lithopses was blooming this week, i generally don't expect any of my plants to bloom so it is always a great surprise

the last ones were very dark, so here is something nice and light

this is a few years old photo of the best storm clouds that i witnessed from my balcony, when i moved here i looked forward to all the amazing views of storms, but so far there was nothing much.

when encountering a ginkgo, it is necessary to imagine it growing millions years ago in wildly scientifically inaccurate landscapes

i am not hindered by earthly concerns like not having enough space for more plants

look at that beautiful ceiling, i didn't even try to paint it

collection organized. unexpected visits of art stores now will not catch me unprepared.

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i am organizing my watercolor collection in an unnecessarily time consuming way

i took a break from painting the serious things

every year i contribute a picture to dragon calendar, it is usually days of frustration resulting in the best picture i make that year. i wonder if i would spend so much effort on something without this incentive

i actually finished it, it is A1 and it felt huge, but now when i look at it, it could be bigger

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