Fight, fight, fight!

I do beat myself up sometimes…

The Internet was down yesterday, and so I was forced to turn to more inventive methods of time-wasting. These are very rough and ready, but I’m not a graphics person by any stretch of the imagination, so allow it:

Fight, fight, fight!

Fight, fight, fight!

Inner turmoil?

Inner turmoil?

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19 Comments on :
I do beat myself up sometimes…

  1. sophie rodger says:

    worrying.

  2. Lucy says:

    This actually frightens me.

  3. Helen says:

    why are you wearing the same thing? Is it some Cambridge tradition?

  4. Red Dalek says:

    Ur… I tend to share a very similar taste in pyjamas with myself?

  5. Andy says:

    As if you have pyjamas with Cambridge on!

  6. Red Dalek says:

    (There’s an absolute epidemic of ‘as if’s at Waseley at the moment!)

    And I do Tasha got them for me!

  7. Katie Self says:

    It took me a few moments to work out you were the same person in the pictures

    Very worring indeed.

  8. Andy says:

    As if you say we Waseleyites say that too much…

  9. Alex says:

    Genius.

    This is certainly an original one, in terms of ‘what to do when your internet goes down’! I like to think I’m fairly creative in that situation – we’ll all ignore the times when we crawl up into a tight ball and sob… – but nothing like this!

    I also love the fact that *most* people, would probably just watch tv, sleep, or….god forbid…..go outside…

  10. Lucy says:

    Wait wait…did you say ‘allow it’, as in ‘low it?

    :S

  11. Red Dalek says:

    Yes! Perfectly acceptable phrase

  12. Abbi says:

    Good heavens, Dom… just how bored were you??

  13. ohla says:

    sexcccc legs!

  14. Jakov says:

    How much would i bet that you use the proprietary photoshop to make those, instead of the open source gimp.

  15. Red Dalek says:

    Well, in that case you’d be on to a loser, since I used neither!

  16. Red Dalek says:

    (Also – talk about using a sledgehammer to crack a nut! Rather than using GHex, a simple right-click -> Properties would have told you both the name of the manipulation software and the camera stuff! Jeez, learn to use GUI guys…)

  17. Jakov says:

    I can’t help it, I love taking stuff apart like that, if it was any other situation, I’d reach for the hexdump every time.

    As someone called Kaitnieks once said, "Why do with a shovel what you can do with a bulldozer?"

  18. Jakov says:

    It seems you used Kodak Easyshare,
    http://img211.imageshack.us/img211/8145/hexob7.png

    closed source, of course.

    after that, I was looking around the file, and theres an attribute which says thing like the shutter speed and exposure, all in what seems to be XML,
    http://img227.imageshack.us/img227/8472/hex1gr0.png
    (Added line breaks and indenting for ease of read)

    This has inspired me to learn more about JPEG compression

  19. Red Dalek says:

    Kodak Easyshare is related to the camera, not the image manipulation software, which was actually Paint.NET. (The source code, if interested, is available at < http://www.getpaint.net/download.html#src )

    Glad to have inspired though

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