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ssulsol:

gotta draw random ladies




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occultmajyks:

please read paranatural

occultmajyks:

please read paranatural




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ophibell:

kankrivantas:

HOLY SHIT

YOYOYOYOYOYOYO

ophibell:

kankrivantas:

HOLY SHIT

YOYOYOYOYOYOYO




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iguanamouth:

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x yes


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millionfish:

Favorite portraits + progress gif of my last stardust illustration! I started this actually quite a long time ago and it almost remained unfinished until I figured it’d be a cool thing for the anime premiere.

After a good night sleep I fixed a few things that were bothering me (ie: JOSEPH) and now it’s available at my society6 if anyone’s interested!   




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kingdomheartsnyctophiliac:

My god it’s over. It’s all over I’m finished I’m never doing pixelart again goodbye.16 colors, process

kingdomheartsnyctophiliac:

My god it’s over. It’s all over I’m finished I’m never doing pixelart again goodbye.
16 colors, process




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matthen:

Chaos Theory is a very important area of mathematics which can explain a lot of what we see in the real world.  A pendulum with one mass is relatively easy to explain mathematically, and it behaves nicely. However if you put another mass in there, it behaves chaotically. Technically, this means that if you change the starting positions only slightly, the state of the system a short time later can change drastically.  The weather is chaotic- a small error in measuring it today could be the difference between rain and no rain in a weeks days time. Watch these two pendulum systems quickly diverge, though they both start off with nearly the same settings. [more] [code]

matthen:

Chaos Theory is a very important area of mathematics which can explain a lot of what we see in the real world.  A pendulum with one mass is relatively easy to explain mathematically, and it behaves nicely. However if you put another mass in there, it behaves chaotically. Technically, this means that if you change the starting positions only slightly, the state of the system a short time later can change drastically.  The weather is chaotic- a small error in measuring it today could be the difference between rain and no rain in a weeks days time. Watch these two pendulum systems quickly diverge, though they both start off with nearly the same settings. [more] [code]




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thecopperline:

FOUR-CORNERED VILLA

A few weeks ago I featured this minimal black and white timber house on Copperline: crisp white inside, warmed by the furnishings in black, dark grey and natural wood, and with black painted pine cladding on the exterior. I didn’t think I’d find something else where this monochromatic palette was used to achieve an even more streamlined and pared back effect, but this house in Virrat in Finland really is, simply, black and white. The internal walls and ceilings are clad in spruce with pine on the floor, and both have been treated with a Wood Wax Finish in white from Osmo. The furniture, including the kitchen, combines the palest of timber with white. Colour is provided by the flames of the woodburning Scan stoves.

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sachinteng:

30 Day Challenge // Day 24 // Something That Represents our Favorite Culture
I’m Buddhist and I’ve always loved the imagery even before I was. The wrathful deities from Tibetan and Mahayana art always fascinated me as a kid. They were like transformations the gods took on in battle. Like a monster magical girl I guess. His is name is Mahakala. Power Prism Make Up.

sachinteng:

30 Day Challenge // Day 24 // Something That Represents our Favorite Culture

I’m Buddhist and I’ve always loved the imagery even before I was. The wrathful deities from Tibetan and Mahayana art always fascinated me as a kid. They were like transformations the gods took on in battle. Like a monster magical girl I guess. His is name is Mahakala. Power Prism Make Up.




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sickingfucking:

the abyss jumps back into you