Ink and Sword's Profile
There's an unquenchable thirst at our studio. We can never get enough of it.
It's learning. We like to learn things. And we love to learn from those studies and then share them with people. Especially through art. The other day I read that millions of years ago, a geologic event caused a portion of a lagoon in Palau to become trapped in a landlocked lake in the center of one of the Rock Islands. Although the lake is surrounded by high ridges on all sides, it is fed seawater through a maze of cracks and fissures in the islands limestone core. The coolest part of this prehistoric lake is the millions of non-stinging jellyfish that inhabit it. No stingers because they have evolved without any natural predators. Imagine. Millions of jellyfish fluttering about the water and following the sun's light. Instead of stinging and…
- Joined September 26, 2009