At school today I made Andrew look up cars pix on Google for fun, then we scanned a caddy drawing he'd done. I showed him the quick and dirty way to color (layer, duplicate layer, Mac's remove white, switch layers, select outside the drawing, select inverse, then color with paintbrush). He said, "Why didn't you show me this before?" I said, "Because you wouldn't have appreciated it." "Yes, I would've!" The caddy turned out to be Elvis's car. We added things to his webpage, too. Halisa is getting her graphics prepared for a store. She has a one-winged man and a "cute but psycho" girl (angel wings but wrapped in chains) so far. She overstayed and I'm so used to her being picked up by her dad that I didn't realise she was to've ridden home on the bus. Maybe last period art isn't the best for her, who knows. My car seems to be working better than before he blew up. "Sha" means "red" in Dakota -- he was named by a friend when I was driving the family to a pow-wow at Sandpoint two years ago. She called him "Little Sha."
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