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Now THIS is a monitor! Picked up the 21" Samsung 215TW on the cheap ($198 + shipping... it was a scratch & dent with barely noticeable scratches). It is QUITE the monitor. Colors and gamma are pretty damned good, AND it has a whole slew of inputs (S-Video, composite, component, DVI with HDCP, VGA) for connecting to almost anything. The stand also swivels, tilts, AND supports monitor rotation (whether or not your computer supports it is another issue... mine doesn't).

 

There IS a well-known but minor lag issue with this monitor, with images on the monitor displaying a split-second later than your main monitor. It's really only noticeable if you look for it, and will probably only bother you if you play FPS games (which I don't).

 

It's shown in the picture with brightness at 50% (the PowerBook has brightness at 100%). It pretty much takes over my desk and leaves no room for my right speaker... but it's well worth the sacrifice.

 

And if you're wondering about the image on my wall, it's a Rasterbation of a pretty awesome illustration by tervaja: www.flickr.com/photos/terva/446563170/

Another big print using The Rasterbator. This one is in my spare room. The skyline should be pretty obvious to those that know their skyscrapers....

 

It was a bit of a spur of the moment thing on Friday, so I may well replace it with a better attempt at some point.

 

Check out the original here.

Calvin and Hobbes rasterbated to 30 sheets of paper :D Im going to trim it up and mount it on my wall.

A close up, maybe 6 inches away.

 

The dot sizes go up to 18mm.

I LOVE the "Rasterbator", and I've finally had a chance to make use of it.

 

It's really rather good when combined with the school's colour laser printer and guillotine. They're really fun to make, and can cover far larger areas than normal posters.

 

Coming soon: my very own life poster. I really can't wait for that one :D

 

So the rest of my barren bedroom walls are now in for a hefty dose of Rasterbation (oh, the puns!), and all I have to do is to decide which photo to make into a Rasterbational piece of art.

 

I'm thinking about doing a nice mix of my "Finest" set. I'll probably do it tomorrow.

 

I imagine most humans will enjoy Rasterbation, once they discover they can do it for an artistic cause and without shame. :D

 

Do you like to Rasterbate often? Join us, and together we can Rasterbate Ourselves Blind.

 

This Rasterbational product is the logo for my website, Buster Tests.

If you ever wondered what Chromogenic Field HQ looks like, here it is. The poster is an 11-foot wide "rasterbation" of the cover of Music Has The Right To Children, which took many many hours of labor to carefully cut and tape together.

168 pages and some six hours later, I've got a 13' x 9' rasterbation — that's from floor to ceiling — of one of my favourite illustrations ever on my wall. I made a big print of it from a tiny JPG found on the illustrator's website on a colour laser at a print shop in Palo Alto. It's a sequel to the old one I had on my wall in Ann Arbor.

 

I found this girl in a magazine some time ago - the illustrator is Stella Im Hultberg. I'd love to have the original as well, but unfortunately it was sold all the way back in '06.

 

The lighting right now is really dim; that's a 13-second exposure.

2010

Altered digital photo

196 x 70 pixels

 

For this image, I took a digital photo of my dad's house, shrunk it in Photoshop, then recolored the image pixel by pixel to both flatten the image and also limit the range of colors.

 

This image was flipped horizontally, printed out as a laserjet print, and used for a gel medium transfer. The transfer was part of a piece I did for the Home Show at Atlanta's Young Blood Gallery.

 

For my gel medium transfer, I used the instructions on Hollis Brown Thornton's website. Hollis is a fantastic artist and I highly recommend you check his work out. It's killer-to-the-diller for reals. Also, gel medium transfers are tons of fun, and can really open up some doors not otherwise accessible in terms of synthesizing imagery :)

 

Because I was listening to Woody Allen's standup comedy while making this image, I cannot help hearing his voice whenever I look at this.

 

©Ashley Anderson

Queen of my (cubicle) domain. A mite depressing.

My dorm room in college circa Fall of 2007.

May 6, 2010.

 

Only lasted a little more than 13 hours, for pretty obvious reasons.

2010

Altered digital photo

167 x 64 pixels

 

For this image, I took a digital photo of my mom's house, shrunk it in Photoshop, then recolored the image pixel by pixel to both flatten the image and also limit the range of colors.

 

This image was flipped horizontally, printed out as a laserjet print, and used for a gel medium transfer. The transfer was part of a piece I did for the Home Show at Atlanta's Young Blood Gallery.

 

For my gel medium transfer, I used the instructions on Hollis Brown Thornton's website. Hollis is a fantastic artist and I highly recommend you check his work out. It's killer diller for reals. Also, gel medium transfers are tons of fun, and can really open up some doors not otherwise accessible in terms of synthesizing imagery :)

 

Because I was listening to Woody Allen's standup comedy while making this image, I cannot help hearing his voice whenever I look at this.

 

©Ashley Anderson

SKAM vs Dr. Rasterbator

Created by SKAM

 

First official collab of the year!!!!

6+ hours

 

collaborated with dr rasterbators kurt russel template

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save this to your computer and hit up dr rasterbater on flickr or facebook www.facebook.com/doctorrasterbator.sticker

with your completed collaboratoin

 

i took his plank face template and created this undead creature results from experimenting with rasterbation

 

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Rasterbation de Bob Marley en mi closet, pronto pondré en la otra puerta uno de Jim Morrison o Cobain o alguna mina? haha

This is 'homebase' for my thesis work now. In a room with people from all over the world, today I made it a little better with the rasterbation! Everyone who comes in the room really seems to like it, I did my good deed for the day :-)

Made using the Rasterbator! And in case you can't count, yes, that's 24 sheets of A3 paper selotaped together :)

 

Here's the original golden gate picture.

Swifty and I are a little obsessed with Khia, a one-hit sex rapper whose sole successful single was an ode to analingus entitled "My Neck, My Back" (the remainder of the refrain of which consists of the phrase "my pussy and my crack"). According to her website, she'll leave you a voicemail for $24, and if you're in New York, you should call her and hang out. Khia is nothing if not independent.

 

Many haters claimed Khia was unattractive and spread unflattering mugshots of her around the Internet; Khia promptly lost fifty pounds, started her own record label, and released a new album called "Gangstress," the cover of which is a collage of all her old mugshots. In every one, she is smiling brightly and looks as though she's just had a really fun time.

 

Naturally, I felt like making a five-foot-square rasterbation of the cover of "Gangstress" when I was bored at work the other day. How fucking genius is Khia?

Since I can't hang anything on the wall without it falling down, the perfect solution has now been finalized.

 

Made of 48 pieces of paper with 11mm sized round pixels. Look at the larger size!

This is where I spend a decent bit of my time. Sitting at my desk in my dorm room in James Hall at Centenary College, I can work/play on my MacBook or use the TV across the room. I wish I had a more comfortable chair.

A mural im working on one of my room's walls. About 95% finished, been lazy about it.

On the oppposit wall i have this fellow. Took a few hours but came out good i think.

I'm super happy with the way this came out. I got some foam double-sided tape since regular tape failed. It's holding up nicely now. It isn't spaced perfectly but it's just for fun. =)

Another shot of my new block-poster i finished up.

Put up my Rufus rasterbation I made from scratch =). Also got a new blanket. :D Larger

Rasterbation of Maurice Moss from the IT Crowd.

Two rasterbations that I just put up in my basement.

 

On the left: //d. doing a noseslide at MUN around 1999.

 

On the right: Me doing a noseslide on my favorite curb around 1994.

And we're done!

my first rasterbation

Yeah, I rasterbated (http://homokaasu.org/rasterbator/)

 

It's the cover of Blur's Think Tank, done by Bansky. Printed out, it's 32 pages glued together, and ends up being 3x5 feet. 'tis big.

 

Next time, I'll use a printer that prints borderless, so I don't have to cut each bloody page up. (hence the poor quality of it)

Lots of sticky tape. And swearing.

 

It's this image here:

 

www.flickr.com/photos/adsphoto/3364769485/

 

AC in the spare bedroom. Big Saturn's up for privacy reasons...nude sunbathing requires privacy, okay?

God, I love the rasterbator.

"Through The Looking Glass"...

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