I forgot to mention the spline line rotational extrusions, and that's because I'm not sure how to fit them into some sort of narrative. I could simply describe the creation process in terms of "new dexterity" and/or I can situate them somewhere in Ichnographia Quondam. There is also something "virtually infinite" about the creation process that I could elaborate upon.
Quondam's Fifteenth Anniversary
Oh, and what do you suppose the difference is between Culture and Random Tangents? Could it possibly be that one is actually inferior to the other? Now that I think about it though, culture today is nothing but random tangents.
When dealing with history, creativity often involves (or even starts with) making the non-obvious choices.
I like art history because I like learning new things. If anything, art history is an ongoing lesson in exactly creativity, a way to sharpen the cutting edge, even.
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