See T’Hed Thirty-One for more on this process…

Refreshed after a cool swim, our protagonist says their goodnights and retires from the frame. Satisfaction from a day of mysterious rumination and expression, the loving viewer hold the glance of our hero for the final seconds of the scene. The floating blocks have already left the frame and one feels them pulling at our central figure to leave.

Stay tuned for more…

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