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Throwing it back to the 1990s and my wife and friends who were cool enough to pose with blankets as capes and pretend they were wizards for a totally awesome card game.πŸ€“πŸŽ¨βš”οΈ#magicthegathering #throwbackthursday ImageImageImageImage
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Someone asked about the model for my rendition of Giant Growth. The mouse was referenced from a nature book.🐭#MagicTheGathering Image
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illustration for Commander Legends Battle for Baldur's Gate precon Commander
thanks my ADs for providing me with this cool assignment!
AD Dawn Murin and Deborah Garcia #MTGCLB #dndart #magicart #MagicTheGathering
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[BRIEF] Heres the brief Dawn gave me, he's originally supposed to be a BLACK Legendary Creature but they changed it into RED later in the process
[INSPIRATION] Some images that I compiled that got me going. Art by @indusconcept , @chengwei_pan , and @XiaoGuang_Sun
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Copyright does not protect the fruits of your hard work. It just doesn't. No matter what you've heard, the legal basis for copyright - in US law and in international treaties - is to protect CREATIVITY, not EFFORT.

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If you labor for five years to create a faithful catalog of all the houses in a city or all the books in a library, with the goal of creating as faithful, logical and linear resource as possible, copyright holds no protection for you.

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1\ Have you heard this reasoning? "#Ethereum is better than #Bitcoin because it can do more." => "The EVM is Turing-complete and Bitcoin Script isn't, so Ethereum is a better cryptocurrency." => "Bitcoin's creators were too early/stupid/blind to make Bitcoin Turing-complete."
2\ This is a blatant misunderstanding! To a non-technical person, Turing-completeness and being able to compute anything is *obviously* better. But programmers know that Turing-completeness is Pandora's box: you don't know what it contains and you can't close it once opened...
3\ ...Turing-completeness is like a nuclear explosion. Once the threshold density/temperature is breached, fission fuel self-ignites and explodes. The hard part isn't blowing past the threshold, but staying as close to it as possible: energy => criticality => balance => control.
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