See T’Hed Forty-One for more of the story…

Our hero, full of overconfidence, attempt too many zigs and zags… here we see him turning green from his rapid movements and almost losing his head… The ever-loyal floating blocks stay in-line with his upright orientation, despite the slanting of the landscape… Perhaps it’s time for the protagonist to slow down and make an intention for what comes next…

Stay tuned and see…


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