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Apr 20 Reblogged

dyrindascreations:

Arifin Putra from “The Raid 2: Berandal”.
Done with Staedtler 432 Ballpoint Pens
~3.5 hours

dyrindascreations:

Arifin Putra from “The Raid 2: Berandal”.

Done with Staedtler 432 Ballpoint Pens

~3.5 hours

Apr 20 Reblogged

Watch "Exclusive Masaaki Yuasa 'Adventure Time' clip" Video at Vulture

From the upcoming episode written, directed, and storyboarded by the anime legend.

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Apr 20 Reblogged

coolsciencegifs:

Ants acting as a fluid or a solid
A mass — or you might say, a mess — of fire ants can act like a fluid or a solid, depending on the situation. It’s the first time this duality has been observed in a group of living things.
These images illustrate the findings of the more technical research, done with rheometers to measure the precise viscosity and elasticity of balls of ants under stress. The researchers found that in different situations the ants behaved differently.
To flow, they moved around, rearranging themselves in the group, acting like a thick fluid. When the aggregation struggled to keep its shape, the ants clung to each other, acting like an elastic solid — rubber for example.
The research could have practical implications for self-assembling robots, which build themselves out of smaller bits and for self-healing materials.
In bridge construction, for instance, interest is great in materials that automatically repair cracks. The ants are experts at this kind of repair. When they turn themselves into a bridge for other ants, which they do often, they scramble to quickly repair breaks in any damage to the structure.

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coolsciencegifs:

Ants acting as a fluid or a solid

A mass — or you might say, a mess — of fire ants can act like a fluid or a solid, depending on the situation. It’s the first time this duality has been observed in a group of living things.

These images illustrate the findings of the more technical research, done with rheometers to measure the precise viscosity and elasticity of balls of ants under stress. The researchers found that in different situations the ants behaved differently.

To flow, they moved around, rearranging themselves in the group, acting like a thick fluid. When the aggregation struggled to keep its shape, the ants clung to each other, acting like an elastic solid — rubber for example.

The research could have practical implications for self-assembling robots, which build themselves out of smaller bits and for self-healing materials.

In bridge construction, for instance, interest is great in materials that automatically repair cracks. The ants are experts at this kind of repair. When they turn themselves into a bridge for other ants, which they do often, they scramble to quickly repair breaks in any damage to the structure.

gif source

text source

Apr 20 Reblogged

javafer:

HE x SHE does Pastels

Apr 20 Reblogged

lobsterc0ck:

nogodnomaster:

fauxhawks:

THEY ACTUALLY DID IT

BAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHA YES

I would do the same tbh

Apr 20 Reblogged

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theofmoviestills:

Drive | Nicolas Winding Refn | 2011

"You know the story about the scorpion and the frog?"

Apr 20 Reblogged

msandells:

The Bizarre Street Art of Daan Botlek

(Source: cjwho)

Apr 20 Reblogged

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Apr 20 Reblogged

annekatran:

I didn’t consciously intend to make any of these pieces of Diablo 3 fan art, but they seemed to come out while I was casually experimenting with the lasso tool. Had a lot of fun doing these though; it was very refreshing to have less control of the silhouettes than usual.

Currently playing as a Monk myself… that game is seriously addictive.

(Source: annekatran.blogspot.co.uk)

Apr 20 Reblogged

annekatran:

Over the weekend, I decided to check if I could still do 3D by modelling this little man bust. There’s no shadow render here by the way, all painted into the texture.

Modelled & rendered in Modo, 118 tris.

annekatran:

Over the weekend, I decided to check if I could still do 3D by modelling this little man bust. There’s no shadow render here by the way, all painted into the texture.

Modelled & rendered in Modo, 118 tris.

(Source: annekatran.blogspot.com)

Apr 20 Reblogged

Apr 20 Reblogged

expecttheunexpectedtoday:

expecttheunexpectedtoday

c.1920 - Radio Set / fine cut and engraved glasswork 
by second-generation glass artist Thomas Taylor Hunt 

-Corning Museum of Glass-

expecttheunexpectedtoday:

expecttheunexpectedtoday

c.1920 - Radio Set / fine cut and engraved glasswork
by second-generation glass artist Thomas Taylor Hunt

-Corning Museum of Glass-

(Source: cmog)

Apr 20 Reblogged

simplecg:

A breakdown of a “simple” CG render by Anneka Tran! 

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