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10/2/02
A new (and cheaper) addition has been made to the commissions price list.

Attention Anime Weekend Atlanta attendees:  If I drew something for you and you can scan it and email it to me (or email me a URL for it), I would appreciate it.  Also, if I drew a picture of you (realism) and you can email me a photo of you to put next to the picture, that would be nice, too.

9/9/02
A brand new site design is up, plus sections on A-kon 13, Comic-Con International 2002, and Dragon*Con 2002 are up in The Tim.

9/4/02
One brand new pic is up in the Art section, and colored versions of the Belldandy, Puchiko, and Amanda Hades pics are up. Check out the main page for info on the petition to get me on as a guest for Dragon*Con 2003.

8/13/02
I now have a commissions page! I have the absurd notion in my head that this might be able to allow me to afford my own site with my own domain name, versus what Tripod sticks me with.

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Quote of the update: "Exactly. Elly and whoever."--Brad


Word of the update:   (definition from Dictionary.com)
moiety \MOY-uh-tee\, noun:
1. One of two equal parts; a half.
2. An indefinite part; a small portion or share.
3. One of two basic tribal subdivisions.

Tom divided the cake and Becky ate with good appetite, while Tom nibbled at his moiety.
--Mark Twain, The Adventures of Tom Sawyer

Cut off from news at home, fearful of a blood bath, anxious to salvage a moiety of the reform program, the Prague leadership accepted Moscow's diktat.
--Karl E. Meyer, "Pangloss in Prague," New York Times, June 27, 1993

Barunga society is sharply divided into two complementary, descent-based branches (a structure anthropologists call "moiety"), which permeate relationships, spirituality, and many other aspects of life.
--Claire Smith, "Art of The Dreaming," Discovering Archaeology, March/April 2000

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Moiety comes from Old French meitiet, from Late Latin medietas, from Latin medius, "middle."


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