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artissimo:

covenant s end by jason chanSpectrum 15: The Best in Contemporary Fantastic Art
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emperor of thorns by jason chanSpectrum 2: The Best in Contemporary Fantastic Art
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6:06 pm - Wed, Jul 30, 2014
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samspratt:

"Daenerys" - Illustration by samspratt

Finally finished. Had a little too much fun painting all that loose, whispy, wooshy, hair. Now right back to the art cave to continue research on a poster I’m particularly excited about.

6:02 pm
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samspratt:

The frequency in which I’ve had to prance around my studio waving sheets to get wooshy cloth photo reference for paintings is increasing at an alarming rate.

samspratt:

The frequency in which I’ve had to prance around my studio waving sheets to get wooshy cloth photo reference for paintings is increasing at an alarming rate.

5:58 pm
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nevver:

Design Crush
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elmonoautista:

by Sam Spratt on Tumblr

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5:54 pm
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entertainmentweekly:

Disney just released these 2, plus 8 more production photos from Into the Woods. 

5:54 pm
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subtle-pretext-chiming-in:

PERSEPHONE
Shön Magazine
Photo: Alvaro Villarrubia
Stylists: Mario Ville (Kattaca)
Make up & Hairdresser: Rocio Cuenca
Model: Didi Maquiaveli
Assistant: Antonio Velasco

 

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spring-of-mathematics:

Mathematically Correct Breakfast - How to Slice a Bagel into Two Linked Halves. If a torus is cut by a Möbius strip it will split up into to interlocking rings.

It is not hard to cut a bagel into two equal halves which are linked like two links of a chain. Figure 1:

  1. To start, you must visualize four key points.  Center the bagel at the origin, circling the Z axis. A is the highest point above the +X axis.  B is where the +Y axis enters the bagel. C is the lowest point below the -X axis.  D is where the -Y axis exits the bagel.
  2. These sharpie markings on the bagel are just to help visualize the geometry and the points.  You don’t need to actually write on the bagel to cut it properly.
  3. The line ABCDA, which goes smoothly through all four key points, is the cut line.  As it goes 360 degrees around the Z axis, it also goes 360 degrees around the bagel.
  4. The red line is like the black line but is rotated 180 degrees (around Z or through the hole). An ideal knife could enter on the black line and come out exactly opposite, on the red line. But in practice, it is easier to cut in halfway on both the black line and the red line. The cutting surface is a two-twist Mobius strip; it has two sides, one for each half.
  5. After being cut, the two halves can be moved but are still linked together, each passing through the hole of the other.

It is much more fun to put cream cheese on these bagels than on an ordinary bagel. In additional to the intellectual stimulation, you get more cream cheese, because there is slightly more surface area.
Topology problem: Modify the cut so the cutting surface is a one-twist Mobius strip. (You can still get cream cheese into the cut, but it doesn’t separate into two parts). See more at: Mathematically Correct Breakfast: How to Slice a Bagel into Two Linked Halves by George W. Hart.

Images: How to Slice a Bagel into Two Linked Halves by George W. Hart - Cutting bagels into linked halves on Mathematica. - Interlocking Bagel Rings

Maybe, that’s one of the reasons why I love bagel :)

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5:26 pm - Tue, Jul 29, 2014
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olvaheinerthewatcher:

Mad Max: Fury Road (2015)

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