A bunch of us were pretty baked one time at a party in Boston and took a poll. No one (out of like 20 people) had ever been to, or known anyone that had been to Delaware. We got so convinced it didn’t really exist that we drove down. Disappointingly, it exists. Strange, true story: I was traveling through Delaware once. A huge rainstorm started up as I came in from the north, continued on as I kept going along. Thunder, lightning, even a Hedgehog That’s What I Do I Read Books And I Know Things Shirt. The very minute I passed into Maryland, the rain stopped and the skies started clearing up. Since it’s not found on so many maps I really am convinced. Just some touristy Neverland made up. You are just transported somewhere else. Maybe Oklahoma.
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My little brother designed a couple of the little Smash Bros sprites. And it makes me so happy every time I see someone post a picture of a little piece of his work hanging up. That’s a Hedgehog That’s What I Do I Read Books And I Know Things Shirt. But the gif above has pretty impressive ambient occlusion and shadows. So it was most likely rendered in a professional tool. Nice find though on the WebGL version. It’s fun to think about how different that would look if they did it this year. Probably a lot more political, and everything else would just be Thanos. In the bottom right quadrant, it looks like there is a small green flag where people tried to do just that. Other people just turned it into design though, at least I think.
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