protip: imagining yourself as a fierce and bloodied warrior queen improves every situation
So we opened the portal to Hell today
Iiiii THINK I am done now =w=;
Fanart is srs buisness lol
she looks positively angry hehehe
Finally was able to play one of my favorite games ever, Portal 2. So I Made this during the last BOCETOX transmission. Hope you like it!
I know what I`m doing for my art project next week
ARE YOU SHITTING ME
One time at the Boardwalk at Wildwood, I saw this guy doing that sort of spray-paint art as a performance show. He could crank out some pretty wicked pieces in a matter of minutes, then go on to the next one. Flourishes with the cans, quick movements with the paper, you name it, he did it.
But at the core, it’s exactly this: Spray-paint art. Which, if you know what you’re doing like this guy is, can turn out really beautifully. And space art is just so perfectly suited to this. The nebulae, the colors, the rock effects.
Spectrum of Colors Revealed Through Lit String
British artist, physicist, and all-around science enthusiast Paul Friedlander produces kinetic light sculptures that provide a colorful feast for the eyes. Each piece in his body of work offers a visual medley of light and motion by rapidly rotating a piece of string through white light. The vibrating rope becomes invisible to the human eye, but colors from the light (which would normally be invisible to the naked eye) are revealed in rapid succession.
The scientific artist gives insight into the history of his career shift into the arts and explains the science in it all: “I decided to focus on kinetic art: a subject in which I could bring together my divided background and combine my knowledge of physics with my love of light. In 1983, at London’s ICA, I exhibited the first sculptures to use chromastrobic light, a discovery I had made the previous year. Chromastrobic light changes color faster than the eye can see, causing the appearance of rapidly moving forms to mutate in the most remarkable ways.”
ASHPD now in 3 convenient sizes.
Now Dr. Pym doesn’t have a reason to come join us for some research.
Now can we please have GLaDOS in 3 sizes, or the 5 the turrets now come in? >_>
I don’t think we’ve ever had a chance to appreciate the employees of Aperture Science.
Whiteboards in Aperture are actually full of little gems, like, for example, these cheerful reminders,
someone trying (and failing) to draw a house without lifting their marker
and a game of tick-tack-toe in the bottom right corner of “Their lives are in our hands” whiteboard.
I’d like to recommend a resource I use quite a bit: the superpowers wiki.
It’s a great resource for anything power or ability related. Whether you are looking for a power that’s relatively common or something more on the rare side, the wiki provides a lot of neat…