Project 313 – Post No. 295

The review of the 2014 blogging year culminated with THIS post summarizing the fourth quarter of the year. 

I conclude that I used to publish a more diverse offering of photos. I’ll have to get back to doing that.

And now, the photo:

Project 313 295

That’s a treatment of the SPAD XIII, a WW I  era fighter. 

Interesting noting how much progress is made in a short time when answering to the needs of war. The relatively short span of time separating the two World Wars saw great advances in speed, armament, and overall performance of fighter crafts and the associated ability of humans to kill other humans. 

You know, for a while, I hoped there was a pasta farm . . . 

. . . but I can now write that notion off since the margins on pasta are pretty thin and the big boys make it difficult for competitors to come into the market with a “better pasta”. 

Of course, we all know . . . Idle Hands Make Lines Too.

Idle Hands Make Lines Too

And . . . that’s it

Some of these posts will likely be longer as the mood hits me, but most will be thus; short, uninteresting, bland, and relentless.

You can read about Project 313 HERE.

That’s it. This post has ended . . . except for the stuff below.


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11 Responses to Project 313 – Post No. 295

  1. AnnMarie says:

    As mentioned on the previous post, your choice of processing for the vintage planes is very well suited since it reinforce the visual we had of them when that world was recorded for us in B&W or sepia.


  2. colonialist says:

    By the end of WW2, those biplanes had been relegated to civilian private planes like the Hornet Moth of my father’s.
    The squiggles have a certain quirky appeal.


    • disperser says:

      Thanks . . . I’m trying to get my certification in random squiggles. I think I need to be bolder and more imaginative to qualify for Master Level.

      And, yes, after every war, many pilots are happy to continue flying without getting shot at and the surplus planes were often dirt cheap.


  3. Eddy Winko says:

    You got me with pasta farm.


  4. PHOTO: Love the treatment! Cool looking plane and the vintage feel is great!
    CARTOON: I like hearing about the important stuff Willy thinks about!
    DOODLE: Makes me think about dancing a colorful dance. (Hmm…Willy and I must have similar fun-size brains.)
    HUGS!!! :-)
    PS…How you 2 feeling?


    • disperser says:

      Thank you, diem3.

      Yes, important stuff it is.

      Still coughing but it’s mostly (I hope) residual stuff clearing the lungs. I hope to hit 91% later today on my way to an eventual 92.67%.

      Anything above that would be gravy . . . which I have no use for since I don’t much like gravy on anything I eat.

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