It’s tutorial time! This time it’s all about collars. Who doesn’t love a collar? Hope this helps :)
Wear Your Chromosomes: Jewelry Collection Made from 3D Prints of Microscopy Data
The X and Y-chromosomes found in humans are now wearable. Electron microscopist, Louise Hughes, has created a jewelry collection designed to mirror the look and shape of human chromosomes. Hughes designs every piece from microscopy data and produces it using 3D printing technology. Having already used the structures of organisms to create other jewelry pieces, Hughes felt she could not leave out the essential DNA and chromosomes. The 46 chromosomes found in our cells have never before been so beautifully displayed and worn.
As humans the genes in our DNA, as well as our environment, come to define us. When cells divide, chromosomes compress and form distinct shapes. Those shapes are what inspire the jewelry pieces made by Hughes. Male chromosomes, X and Y, female chromosomes, X and X and the triplet 21st chromosome that causes Down’s syndrome are all replicated in the human chromosome jewelry line. From rings and pendants, to earrings and cufflinks, the stainless steel, bronze, and silver pieces are available in both, karyotpye 1 or 2 structural designs. It has been said that art imitates life and with the human chromosome jewelry designs by Louise Hughes, art is literally replicates life.
- Lee Jones
HERE’S THE FULL MUSICAL SCORE (some bits are cut off, but they’re easy enough to fill in with any soundtrack)
GO FORTH AND ENJOY
im bored of life and everything so i decided to make a post of everything. like a ref list of workouts, studying help, writing, drawing… etc! this will literally take me hours i s2g
- a way to high marks and be on tumblr the same time.
- science translated to english :)
- collection of studying mixes
- selfcontrol and various pomodoro method site blockers are extremely helpful when you know you need to shut down your access to distracting websites
- simplynoise, mynoise, rainymood, coffitivity, soundrown, simplyrain,naturesoundplayer, naturesoundsforme are good background voices
- a site that would explain to you literally anything
- organizing your time, studying strategies.. etc
- study skills
- how to google
- learning how to revise
- improving your revision skills
- learn geography
- shop books online
- alt. to wikipedia
- final exams guide
- get motivated to study
- tips for a productive study break
- when should I go to bed?
- microsoft word equivalent
- free online books
- more free books
- can’t do your homework?
- “no homework” excuses
- how to get unblocked internet in school (chrome only)
- words to make you seem more intelligent
- emotions vocabulary
- how to write a kickass essay
- alternatives to “said”
- alternatives to “whispered”
- tip of my tongue
- Read any book (apparently)
- writing fantasy stories
- character flaws
- writers block (1) (2)
- writing a death scene
- bio help
- degrees of emotions
- writing ref
- music to help you write
- painting tutorial
- colour palette (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6)
- drawing clothe folding
- avoiding drawing the same face
- draw ice
- anatomy help
- free drawing program (1) (2)
- sai brushes (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8)
- draw hair
- drawing ref
- dont know what to draw?
- draw 3D room tut
- drawing eyes
- lip tutorial
- how to draw jeans
- how to draw arms
- expression tutorial
- drawing hair and fur
- drawing cats
- pose reference blog [its actually a blog full of references i-]
- download photoshop
- paint blood
- color blender
- draw hands
- hands 2
- photoshop help (1) (2) (3) (4) (5)
- remove backgrounds from images online
- brush setting ref (SAI)
- kissing ref
- how to draw curls
- realistic woman body ref
- draw knees
- draw feet
- shadow help
- male body
- lips ref
- contouring and highlighting
- draw wings
- change images using blur (PS)
- hat ref
- glowing stuff
- pastel colors
- draw grass
- eyeliner ref
- punk rock makeup
- disney eye makeup
- coverup tattooes
- how to apply blush
- 6 makeup tips
- ombre eyeliner
- what makeup complements my complexion?
- what makeup suits you?
- lipstick tricks
- how to do your makeup with a spoon
- messy bun tutorial
- different ways to braid
- three-braid updo
- waterfall braid
- how to fishtail
- romantic curls
- braid + bun updo
- how to do pastel hair
- 8 ways to wear a bow
- 4-strand braid
- braided bun
- braided headband
- dutch braid crown
- pin curls!
- how to contour
- everyday makeup routine
- lipstick using crayons
- eyeliner ref wow
- filling in eyebrows
- banana facial mask (moisturizes)
- strawberry facial mask (acne prone skin)
- avocado facial mask (dry skin)
- yogurt facial mask (sensitive skin)
- list of oils to add to your face masks
- already made masterpost :*
- hot chocolate using nutella -gasp-
- 4 different smoothies
- chocolate chip cookies
- tastiest starbucks drinks
- best grilled cheese
- winter sore throat tea
- best chocolate cake
- apple pies (mini aw-)
- extra fancy garlic bread
- french bread pizza
- muffin in a mug
- how to make nutella fudge
- lavender lemonade wow
- 15 pound homemade snickers bar
- make candy crystal meth
- Macaroni and cheese in a mug
- cheap & healthy snacks
- Every Starbucks drink and pasty
- tv shows masterpost hola
- movie masterpost
- scary movies
- movies to watch when you’re sad
- when to pee during a movie
- jennifer lawrence movies master list
- glee season 1,2,3,4 + 5
- ja’mie private school girl
- adventure time master list
- doctor who
- pirates of the carriben series
- walking dead season 1,2,3 + 4
- american horror story season 1 + 2
- a list of over 900 movies with links
- white noise
- coffee shop
- all the music you’ve reblogged
- stay happy
- listen to the rain
- GET HYPED
- play piano
- math textbooks
- gutenberg project
- free audio books
- masterpost of books wow
- answer trivia questions and give people rice
- make a a giant squid pillow!
- make your own acapella band
- live ocean
- pokemon secret base
- read creepy wikipedia articles
- read more creepy wikipedia articles
- disney lies/ urban legends (probs not real like-)
- this will take you to a cool place
- your online garden
- sand art online
- wow just open it omg
- cool websites for wasting time (1, 2, 3 )
- how to help someone who is suicidal
- make a blanket nest
- click daily to give free food to an animal shelter
- 2500 Japanese emoticons
- homemade wax
- gift ideas for cat lovers
- moss graffiti
- make a flower crown
- night vale monopoly
- learn how to survive a zombie apocalypse
- how to play ‘sherlock’
- supernatural workout
- learn a new language!
- learn london slang
- take personality tests
- watch this video
- make gifs
- see what its like to live on minimum wage
- watch great vines
- make glitter out of salt
- make dip-dyed shoes
- learn to read korean in 15 minutes
- how to make origami
- color matching game
- fun sites masterpost
- how to be an adult
- check your postlimit
- make a wand
- find out if a website is safe
- make a font from your handwriting
- emergency compliment
- cute yahoo answers
- calming manatee
- calming gif
- coping skills and distractions
- draw a stickman
- daily puppy
- guided relaxation
- the thoughts room
- go to a quiet place
- cut something instead of yourself
- let it out
- self injury recovery masterpost
- free hugs
- coping skills & distractions
- make a comfort box
- literally everything
- a little from everything
- tile/repeating/pattern background
I’ve seen a couple of horror town compilation posts going around, but most of the time they have the same few towns in them, and there are so many horror towns that are awesome but no one knows about them
Here’s a list, with names (to the best of my knowledge), a small description, the code, and the language.
Aika Village: The classic. Try and find out what happened to a girl and her doll on her birthday. 2600-0218-7298, Japanese.
Hitokui: Dress as a cop or a bride and investigate a cafe, a church, and a shrine, if you’ve got the stomach for it. 2600-1856-4772, Japanese.
Aniville: Dress as a student as you investigate a mass suicide. 4800-2398-3734, English.
Schachipanda/Killer Panda/Druggy Village: Go into the mind of a girl, her sister, and a killer. 2100-9784-7385, Japanese.
Harudin: Visit a town loaded with symbolism based on North Korea. 1900-0190-0083, Japanese.
Diablo: Visit a grisly town full of artists. 3200-0330-2755, Japanese.
LSD: Visit a somewhat unnerving but at times darkly humorous town. 1300-0108-1523, Japanese.
Covah: Uncover an expedition to Egypt gone terribly wrong. 6700-2770-9418, English.
Kotori Bako: Dive into the minds of a mother and her husband and find out what vicious deed they committed. 1100-0907-3801, Japanese.
Amonia: Join a group of students as the decide to play with a found doll. 7800-2773-1392, English.
Faleisha: Investigate the bizarre murder of a young man and the circumstances behind it. 5000-2746-7773
Murasaka: Uncover a conspiracy to destroy a girl’s life. 5500-2839-9384, English.
Nasari: Everything seems fine, until you walk into the last house. 2000-1259-8879, Japanese.
Cherry: Investigate a murder/suicide in a town where a girl keeps telling you to run away as fast as you can. 5900-1388-9382, Korean.
Bloody Eye Town: Visit a town covered in images telling the story of a girl and murder. 1700-0121-0396, Japanese.
Callia: Uncover the origins of the murderous doll that plagues these dreams. 7900-2582-9532, English.
Haven: The members of the church insist everything is okay, but you aren’t so sure. 4900-2598-0061, English.
Fahville: Visit a boy’s memories, a dead woman’s mind, and a classy hotel to find out what lies in the town’s heart of darkness. 4900-2785-4830, English.
Void: Help a ghost woman uncover her skeleton. 5800-2261-2914, English.
Okinawa: Two sisters meet an evil spirit and suffer the consequences. 5400-2462-3584, English.
WW2 Town: A bizarre town that mixes history, gaming, and gore. 3100-0532-9089, Japanese.
Machine: Try to find out why a girl won’t stop apologizing, over and over… 4400-2183-4489, English.
Moonveil: When families fight, heads will roll. 4800-2133-1994, English.
Lavender Town: Two young dead girls warn you not to go into a certain house, but you can’t resist it, can you? 5400-2974-5606, English.
Marshall Town: Visit a town inhabited by someone with a disturbing obsession with Marshall. 1900-0445-3218, Japanese.
Glimmer: Explore a mansion haunted by the ghost of an angry father. 6500-2309-3621, English.
Mumville: Find out why two girls are giving out an ominous warning. 5500-2225-4784, English.
Danger: A town told mostly outside rather and indoors. Talk to two soldiers and try to figure out what they’re fighting against. 4100-2447-8702, English.
Pumkindo: A creepy-cute town filled with cute pumpkins and horrible bloodshed. 7800-2453-2752, English.
Whaleway: There’s no blood, no gore, just a mysterious clock that can grant wishes… 5200-2292-8287.
RainCity: A girl moves into a seemingly abandoned house and a young gardener is forced to do something she doesn’t want to do. 4400-3006-3749, English.
Tiramisu: Don’t be late for the funeral. 6400-2707-7706, English.
Milani: Sometimes, infinite money and a life of luxury can be dangerous. 4100-2802-1949, English.
Leafoak: Watch your step. Be careful. Especially in the cemetery… 5000-3256-5458, English.
Sangcivi: Visit the strange and unsettling rooms of the town, including a strange hospital and a bedroom with emerald walls. Tu Fui Ego Eris. 6500-2177-6203, English.
Checkers: Only one house is scary… but one wonders what’s on the back wall… 5200-2423-0064, English.
Derp: Immortality is impossible to achieve… isn’t it? 4400-2495-4840, English.
Cuteland: Visit a prestigious girl’s school, where a young woman has recently gone missing. The headmistress seems like a sweet woman, and she’d love to take you in… 5700-2259-7519
Onett: This is my own town. Visit a beloved Prince’s castle and the houses of his people, and remember what they say-‘Long may he reign’. 4900-2331-7412, English.
This list will be updated periodically.
I have visited nearly all of these towns. To see my exploration of them, visit this link: http://fuckyeahassortedstuff.tumblr.com/tagged/assortedstuff-dream-suite-adventure
I already liked Old Economy Steve. So, it was only natural I’d like the Scumbag Baby Boomer meme as well.
I don’t know whether I should laugh or cry.
the truth, it burns
Ahh, Baby Boomers, my least favorite generation of assholes.
I have always loved mythological creatures, but I think too many YA paranormal books focus on four creatures: vampires, werewolves, angels and fairies. So with the help of my followers (really they did all the work, I just wrote down the books into categories), I have…
but seriously though i’m sick and tired of those masterposts that are like “here! A reference site on Greek mythology for all your needs! Look it has all fifteen Greek gods on it!” And I’m like. tHERE WERE LIKE HUNDREDS OF FIGURES IN MYTHOLOGY YOUR CRAPPY HIGH SCHOOL LEVEL…
I cannot not post about this chapter, because I love it, and because it’s so integrally connected to one of the things that interests me most about the whole book. I want to talk about this by circling round to it, and circle round to it by asking what we learn in this chapter that we actually need to know for the purposes of the narrative. Do we need to know the precisely location, physical composition, and orientation of this wine-shop, to a level of detail that includes a step-by-step tour of the approach from the Rue Saint Denis? Do we need to know three hundred years of history about the Corinthe? Is it vital for us to appreciate the transformation of “carpes au gras” to “carpes ho gras” to “carpe ho ras?” How relevant is it for us to know the mannerisms of Father Hucheloup, a man who is dead before his cabaret earns more than a passing mention? And, however much it may delight Amis fans, is it even necessary for us to know that Grantaire found the Corinthe, that he and Courfeyrac and the others were basically always freeloading there like charming assholes, and that Courfeyrac once wrote a joke on the door?
i would like to say, first of all, that this post made me absolutely teary-eyed.
secondly, i would like to say that you’re absolutely right. i wrote my paper this semester for my ‘collective action and social movements’ class on the three major uprisings of the bourbon and july monarchies and most of it devolved into how they were important not because of any political change they wrought, but how they created a tradition of uprising, of the people. and it is a fair thing to say that victor hugo, in creating these places and characters who have since disparu, feeds into this tradition; i think of louise michel signing her letters enjolras, because he mattered to her — and she was herself a leader at the paris commune, i think of ‘enjolras: song of the patriot,’ written in honor of abraham lincoln’s life and death, i think of the marsellaise scene in casablanca. stories are what bring the tradition forward, and the stories of how these places and people have disappeared is what remains inspirational.