apolonisaphrodisia:

Octopus Chandelier by Daniel Hopper Design

Tags: want octopi

yodiscrepo:

Thanks Obama.

yodiscrepo:

Thanks Obama.

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socialworkgradstudents:

missknotty:

gameofreferences:

Michele Carragher, the head embroider on Game of Thrones, made this awesome tutorial to show how she created the dragonscale fabric that appears on several of Daenarys’ costumes in S3 and S4.

Ms. Carragher says that the dragonscale fabric was created because “In season 3 the Costume Designer Michele Clapton wanted a Dragonscale like textured embroidery that starts to emerge on three of Daenery’s costumes, which becomes heavier and more pronounced, growing and evolving as the season progresses” (Carragher).

In stages 9-11 of the tutorial we see how the textile evolves from lightly to heavily embellished. This progression is meant to illustrate Daenarys’ personal growth and the growth of her dragons (source).

Here’s a link to Ms. Carragher’s website.

WOW!

Don’t care about Game of Thrones but that shit is cool

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my parents are finally coming to see our new place tomorrow (we’ve been trying to find a day that worked with both our schedules for a couplefew months now), so I’m using this as motivation to clean and finally get things organized the way I want them.

This is my room right now, but it’s not the reason for me cleaning/reorganizing. It’s a product. I’m incapable of surface cleaning.

sprite-lady:

Starlord, John Crichton of Farscape is Sooooo your daddy.. LOL

sprite-lady:

Starlord, John Crichton of Farscape is Sooooo your daddy.. LOL

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eridanni164:

ferngirl:

color me beautiful. 

DRAGONS

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englishteacheronline:

lhuddles:

jbizzle329:

did-you-kno:

Source

How the hell do I get my hands on this giant for my students?

It’s called Open Dyslexic, and it’s available for free. I’ve used it for my students with dyslexia, and they say it really does help a lot. When I can, I try to make handouts, notes, and especially quizzes in the font for them. I’ve even sent it to them with instructions for how they can use it to type papers in it in Word. 

A decent alternative to comic sans! 

englishteacheronline:

lhuddles:

jbizzle329:

did-you-kno:

Source

How the hell do I get my hands on this giant for my students?

It’s called Open Dyslexic, and it’s available for free. I’ve used it for my students with dyslexia, and they say it really does help a lot. When I can, I try to make handouts, notes, and especially quizzes in the font for them. I’ve even sent it to them with instructions for how they can use it to type papers in it in Word. 

A decent alternative to comic sans! 

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Just finished the curtain for my room. Pretty sure this is the frilliest thing I’ve ever made for myself.

nachbaliye:

brightchimeradragon:

just-bx:

Just SCience

IT TOOK ME TWO TIMES TO UNDERSTAND WHAT WAS GOING ON, HOLY FUCKING SHIT MY SIDES.

smoeone pls reblog this with a source link omg

nachbaliye:

brightchimeradragon:

just-bx:

Just SCience

IT TOOK ME TWO TIMES TO UNDERSTAND WHAT WAS GOING ON, HOLY FUCKING SHIT MY SIDES.

smoeone pls reblog this with a source link omg

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